Mornin Lady P. Well the truth is the Democrats have to make their move now. As they wouldn't have a chance with the Repubs in control. Then things like talking to witnesses and or getting depositions would take place. You know some of the ethical methods.
Oh and she knows what she is thinking.
Obama confronts Bush legacy with report's release.....
For President Barack Obama, the long-delayed release of a scathing Senate report on harsh CIA interrogations underscores the degree to which the legacy of George W. Bush's national security policies has shadowed the man elected to change or end them.
It's been a lot harder to move certain things than they anticipated," said Ken Gude, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, a White House-aligned think tank. "There have been other areas in which they intentionally have not made much progress." For White House supporters, the question now is whether the final two years of Obama's presidency will bring about other significant shifts away from Bush's national security legacy.
"This is going to be the defining issue of the president's last two years in office on national security policy," Gude said, "whether he can genuinely pass on to his successor a changed and reformed foreign and security policy or whether we're still mired in some of the same old debates that at that point will be 15 years old."....snip~
Obama confronts Bush legacy with report's release
Even the leftist AP writer Julie Pace knows what its all about.