Closing Arguments: Cheney on Guantanamo Bay

By David Schoetz

Dec 16, 2008 12:00am

In an exclusive interview with ABC News Monday, outgoing vice-president Dick Cheney defended the Bush administration’s controversial anti-terror policies — including the use of waterboarding — and the prison at Guantanamo Bay.

"If you’re going to close Guantanamo, what are you going to do with those prisoners?" Cheney asked rhetorically, adding that the prison should not be closed until the war on terror is over.

So we ask you: Do you agree with Vice President Cheney that Guantanamo should not be closed until the war on terror is over? Or should Barack Obama move swiftly to close the prison — action he has indicated he intends to do?

Tell us what you think.

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