.Ex-CIA Directors: Interrogations Saved Lives
The Senate Intelligence Committee has released its majority report on Central Intelligence Agency detention and interrogation in the wake of 9/11. The following response is from former CIA Directors George J. Tenet, Porter J. Goss and Michael V. Hayden (a retired Air Force general), and former CIA Deputy Directors John E. McLaughlin, Albert M. Calland (a retired Navy vice admiral) and Stephen R. Kappes :~snip~Majority report translates to democrats report, like there's not supposed to be any partisan bias there.
I was watching the ABC "news" and of course they led with the CIA story making lots of hay out of the democrats trotting out the doddering old moron John McCain (RINO) AZ. (you guys in Arizona should be ashamed of yourselves)
That was the extent of their partisanship.
The fourth story in they decided to report on the pompous elitist little dick Gruber and his "apology" for getting caught saying what all elitist progressives think of the American people.
The democrats have known about enhanced interrogation for 10 years but now that the majority of them have to go home with their tails between their legs it's time to take one last shot at GWB and how he prosecuted the war on terror.
Because the Obamessiah and his minions have done so much better what with the rise of ISIS/ISIL/IS or whatever they're calling themselves these days.
Now we have 7th century savages beheading or crucifying men,women and children in the country we spent blood and treasure to liberate which apparently is way better to liberal/commie/progressive democrats then interrogation of prisoners to try and avoid more deaths of American citizens.
Priorities I guess.