Feingold rules. again.
On Tuesday morning Bush finally got around to signing the military commissions act, the thing congress passed a couple weeks ago or so that lets the U.S. commit torture and hold almost whoever it wants, etc. The administration had said it was urgent to pass it, but then they waited a while till the bad news around the Woodward book cleared up to have a fresh day to do a nice signing ceremony. Urgent, shmurgent.
Most Democrats were silent. But Feingold released a good statement, concluding that "We will look back on this day as a stain on our nation's history."
Dodd also released a critical statement. Clinton, Biden and Kerry said the right thing at the time of the vote, but didn't push it any further now.