Bush Now Supports Interrogation Without Torture

President Bush said in an interview with NBC news on Monday that he was confident that the administration would be able to reach an agreement with Senator John McCain over legislative restrictions on interrogations (read as, restricting the use of torture in interrogations). Mr. Bush added:
...we want to make sure we're in a position to be able to interrogate without torture
Well Mr. President, glad to hear it.

So I guess you can tell Stephen Hadley (National Security Advisor) that further negotiations over the language of Senator McCain's amendment to the Defense Appropriations Bill will no longer be necessary. Oh, and could you also tell Vice President Cheney to shut his big yapper. Thanks.


As you have said elsewhere, just what is Hadley negotiating with McCain for? Torture that is not torture, night that is not night.

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