Now, the Court said that you've got to live under Article III of the Geneva Convention, and the standards are so vague that our professionals won't be able to carry forward the program, because they don't want to be tried as war criminals. They don't want to break the law. These are decent, honorable citizens who are on the front line of protecting the American people, and they expect our government to give them clarity about what is right and what is wrong in the law. And that's what we have asked to do.
I have an idea, why doesn't the President state with "clarity" just what methods of interrogation he has authorized? Standards so vague? I guess vagueness resides in the drug and alcohol addled brain of the former addict.
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