Stephen Hayes has the goods on the Obama Administration. My thoughts are here. I reiterate: It is entirely possible to come out against the Bush Administration’s interrogation policies, while at the same time, laying out the information concerning those policies and the information that was obtained as a consequence of implementing those policies. But the Obama Administration played hide-the-ball when it came to discussing the nature and value of obtained information and intelligence.
That’s unethical. And the Administration ought to be called to account for it.