I am especially touched by the depth of Sen. Feinstein's faith:
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), chairman of the committee, declined to discuss specific findings, but released a written statement describing decisions to allow the CIA to build a network of secret prisons and employ harsh interrogation measures as “terrible mistakes.”
“I also believe this report will settle the debate once and for all over whether our nation should ever employ coercive interrogation techniques,” Feinstein said.
A partisan top-secret report the public has not seen and may never see will settle the debate. Only at MSNBC. OK, and the NY Times. Well, and CN and ABC and CBS and... hmm, she may be right.
SINCE YOU ASK: Folks who insist that we shouldn't "torture" because it is morally abhorrent don't need t see this report. The many libs hung up on the notion that torture will never, ever work are engaging in yet another faith-based initative if they think a secret report will convince anyone of anything.