Home News Senate bill would preserve anti-terror prison News Senate bill would preserve anti-terror prison By Reuters - March 10, 2011 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s already stalled bid to close the U.S. prison for suspected terrorists in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, would be blocked under legislation introduced on Thursday in the Senate. Read the full story. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrintGoogle Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News Judge Roy Moore: Hypocrite, con man, liar Capitol Hillbillies Winners and losers in Republican tax bill Capitol Hillbillies Trump’s double standard on sexual harassment 2 COMMENTS Money for torture prisons, no money for heating for assistance or feeding women and children. Sick people. Priorities, dude, priorities. Gotta keep America safe for the homeless. Look at the bright side…all our bridges and overpasses, bus depots and train stations, parks and public areas will be safe, what with all the people living in them. Less “soft targets” for the evil-doers. Comments are closed.