A. Do you think no acts of torture were committed under the Bush/Cheney regime? Should we just move on? If so, how? If not, what should be done? B. Do you think that acts of torture were committed but because Nancy Pelosi didn't blow the whistle we should all move on? If so, how? If not, what should be done? C. Do you believe something else entirely? If so, where do we go from here? ***************************************************** Depending on your answer: 1. Is there ever an argument for torture? 2. Would God condone torture? 3. Is waterboarding torture? 4. Are other Enhanced Interrogations/Harsh Interrogations Torture? 5. Were the Geneva Conventions and/or International law violated? 6. Was the Constitution violated? 7. Is Obama's Military Tribunal Plan the most humane, the most legal and the best option for Detainees? 8. Is Prolonged Indefinite Detainment the most humane, the most legal and the best option for Detainees? 9. Can Attorney General Eric Holder prosecute anyone for war crimes when he himself believed that the Detainees did not fall under the Geneva Conventions? 10. Is Nancy Pelosi lying about what the CIA briefed her on? Is Graham lying? Is Goss lying? Is the CIA lying to Congress misleading congress on torture? Should there be an investigation into the matter? 11. Did Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats have a responsibility to impeach Bush and Cheney if they believed war crimes were committed? 12. Since Pelosi voted against impeachment are the charges nullified by her failure to recognize the war crimes charges? Do her accusations now look like partisan politics? 13. Is there a problem in intelligence oversight? 14. Will changing law and policy on torture change the way the U.S. is viewed in the world for the better? 15. How can the stain of torture be removed? Will the removal of the "stain" of torture help stop fueling hatred against the U.S and reduce recruitment and prevent terrorists attacks? 16. If in the future, terrorism rises to a fever pitch and the atmosphere is similar to that after 9/11 and Pres. Obama makes the hard decision to use harsh interrogation techniques (openly or it is discovered after the fact) is there ever a situation that he would be justified? 17. If you believe there should be Torture prosecutions...who should be prosecuted specifically? Bush? Cheney? Rice? Powell? Bush OLC lawyers? other Bush Dept. of Justice Officials? Bush State Dept Officials? Bush Nat'l Sec. Advisors? Members of Congress w/ Oversight? Should there be sanctions for some?