Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Harriet Miers' View on Torture?

Little talked about, but perhaps it should be. When Alberto Gonzalez left as President Bush's chief counsel for the Attorney General's office, Harriet Miers filled took over his post. What does she have to say about Gonzalez's rhetoric / justification for torture at places like Gitmo and Abu Ghraib?

Since she never renounced what AG (get it, Alberto Gonzalez, Attorney General, AG?) said, she must agree with it. At least implicitly. And if she does disagree with it, why hasn't the torturing stopped?

Read Ted Rall's take here.