The bill was backed by Republican Sens. John Warner of Virginia, chairman of the Armed Services Committee, Sen. John McCain of Arizona and Sen Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
It differs from the administration’s proposal in two major ways: It would permit terror suspects to view classified evidence against them and does not include a proposal that critics say reinterprets a Geneva Conventions rule that prohibits cruel and inhuman treatment of detainees.
Bascially we are saying that we are trying to pass a bill that doesn’t reinterprit (abolish) elements of the Geneva Convention. Who are these people? Who would really want to reduce the little humanity we have tried to impose, on human-kind? Oh, yeah… our government.