Of course he was upset, same with the rest of the bed wetting libs.
The former head of the CIA’s Clandestine Service accused President Barack Obama of hurting the country’s ability to fight the war on terror because he stopped the use of “enhanced” interrogation techniques like waterboarding.
Jose Rodriguez told “60 Minutes” that the techniques, which also included sleep deprivation, slapping and nudity, forced detainees to give up information that allowed the U.S. to stop more than 10 terrorist plots.
“We made some al-Qaeda terrorists with American blood on their hands uncomfortable for a few days,” he told reporter Leslie Stahl during the program set to air Sunday. “I am very secure in what we did and am very confident that what we did saved American lives.”
Obama has called waterboarding “torture” and halted the enhanced interrogation program after he took office.
“It’s contrary to America’s traditions, it’s contrary to our ideals. That’s not who we are, that’s not how we operate,” he told reporters at a press conference in November. “We don’t need it in order to prosecute the war on terrorism. We did the right thing by ending that practice.”