Sarah Palin says waterboarding is how she’d baptize terrorists

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There are lots of different opinions about waterboarding, and now we know how Sarah Palin feels about it.

Saturday, during a speech at the National Rifle Associaion’s annual convention, Palin not only was critical of President Barack Obama’s administration for going easy on suspected terrorists, but made it clear how she would treat them.

“Well, if I were in charge,” Palin said, with a long pause. “They would know that waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists.”

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Here’s the full video of her speech:

On Monday, Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) didn’t hesitate to seize the moment and remind everyone of one thing:

h/t: CBS News

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