"There is nothing good about it," John Hutson, former judge advocate general of
the Navy, said about the authority to conduct harsh interrogations codified in
the Bush plan. "It is not effective in terms of gaining good intelligence. It is
not good for the U.S. in terms of being a world leader. And it is not good for
U.S. troops in terms of being the victims of it or perpetrating it."
If Bush will not listen to the military, just who in the hell will he listen to?