No matter what the costs. No matter what the consequences. I don’t think Congress has done a really good job recently, but that have tried to do what the electorate wants them to do. This is one of those things. And the President thumbed his nose at them. And, effectively, at every American who thinks waterboarding is torture.
President Bush on Saturday used his veto to shut down a Congressional effort to limit the agency’s latitude to use harsh interrogation techniques on terrorism suspects […]
Today in his radio address, President Bush announced that he had vetoed the Intelligence Authorization Act, which would ban the use of waterboarding and place the CIA’s interrogation program under the dictates of the U.S. Army Field Manual. In the past few weeks, Bush administration officials have aggressively attempted to defend the CIA’s torture techniques. […]