One Perfectly Clear Opinion from Michael Mukasey The Senate vote to confirm Michael Mukasey as the new U.S. attorney general was comfortable, but not overwhelming; 40 Democrats objected to Mukasey's failure to define his opinion on the interrogation technique known as waterboarding. But there was one opinion that Mukasey did make perfectly clear.
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One Perfectly Clear Opinion from Michael Mukasey

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One Perfectly Clear Opinion from Michael Mukasey

One Perfectly Clear Opinion from Michael Mukasey

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The Senate vote to confirm Michael Mukasey as the new U.S. attorney general was comfortable, but not overwhelming; 40 Democrats objected to Mukasey's failure to define his opinion on the interrogation technique known as waterboarding. But there was one opinion that Mukasey did make perfectly clear.

LIANE HANSEN, Host:

NPR senior news analyst Daniel Schorr examines an opinion Mukasey did make clear.

DANIEL SCHORR: This is Daniel Schorr.

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