When questioned about the hundreds of children being held prisoner by American forces in Iraq, President Bush took time out from criticizing Cuba over it's human rights abuses to address the issue.
"It's true we hold hundreds of children, without charges or trial and since there are no trials, we see no reason for them to have access to lawyers but I can definitely say that we do not torture children. " the president stated. Continuing, "CIA and military intelligence interrogators have strict orders not to attach the electrodes to their genitals until they grow hair on them and to hold off on pouring water down their throats until their voices change. I am sick and tired of the false accusations made by the members of the media about this. We do not torture children!"