Jeff Huber does a great job on this wide ranging interview.
JH: Would you care to give us some perspective on why [AttorneyGate] is the thing that broke the camel's back (as far as Alberto Gonzales)?
DI: I think because the other issues, and by the way, I think he is a hundred percent wrong on the torture, and I think he's wrong on the Geneva Convention being "quaint and obsolete." Any operational lawyer, any military lawyer will tell you you've got to have international standards, and these have been in place since World War II, since the end of World War II. There has to be, the World Community has to have an agreed standard, and for the U.S. to thumb its nose at it, it completely abdicates our moral high ground, and we just can't do that.