Not a question

It’s not a question of calling it enhanced interrogation or torture – it’s a question of whether we would do it to our loved ones.
It’s not a question of whether torture provides valuable information in times of desperation – it’s a question of how to avoid feeling desperate.
It’s not a question of valuing our enemies’ lives over our loved ones’ – it’s a question of not becoming enemies in the first place.

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