The report issued by the Senate Select Committe on Intelligence has not done anything towards creating a better policy on permissible interrogation methods to be used with people apprehended during the fight against terrorist organizations. The report was prepared only by the Democratic members of the committee without interviewing any of the people who were involved with the decisions on the methods of interrogation to use. The report, if prepared by a bipartisan group which looked at all of the relevant facts (such as the report prepared by the 9/11 commission), could have helped in creating a better policy which protects the values of our democracy while allowing us to effectively obtain intelligence information that would be useful in the ongoing fight against these terrortist organizations. Instead, it was done in a partisan one sided manner not for purposes of creating a policy going forward, but for being able to place blame. It did not put forth any recommendations and does nothing for those on the front lines who are responsible for gathering information and intelligence but create greater uncertainty going forward. An opportunity for constructive dialogue and progress has been missed and we are left with people talking past each other yet again.