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You might also find this encouraging:
A dozen high-ranking retired military officers took the unusual step yesterday of signing a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee expressing "deep concern" over the nomination of White House counsel Alberto R. Gonzales as attorney general, marking a rare military foray into the debate over a civilian post. The group includes retired Army Gen. John M. Shalikashvili, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The officers are one of several groups to separately urge the Senate to sharply question Gonzales during a confirmation hearing Thursday about his role in shaping legal policies on torture and interrogation methods.
It's good to see people finally raising some hell about Gonzalez's role in the sanctioning of torture. However, I'm afraid it might be a little too late. It would have been nice to see these things out in the open the day after he was nominated, but I guess we have to take what we can get. Gonzalez should just be thankful that he isn't from Ethiopia.