Liked what Bernie Goldberg had to say about the use of enhanced interrogation techniques.
"Is "Torture" Ever Justified?"http://www.bernardgoldberg.com/is-to...ver-justified/
Excerpt from the article:
If liberals want to make the case that waterboarding is immoral no matter how many innocent lives are saved - no matter if the target is a yellow school bus filled with third graders on their way to the museum - then Man Up and make the case, with no apologies.
Nonetheless, like my liberal friends, I'm against torture. Really! They're against it 100 percent of the time. I'm against it 99 percent of the time. I'm against it to punish jay-walkers and litterbugs and car thieves. In fact, I'm against it to punish anybody for any crime, no matter how heinous, if the crime has already has been committed. But if waterboarding, or some other enhanced interrogation technique, could save innocent American lives, I'm all for it. For me, that's the moral position.