I was appalled by Richard Cohen's Jan. 27 column ["Torture? Prosecute Us, Too"]. So a little bit of torture is acceptable because the torturers and their superiors had their hearts in the right place? I disagree. Even more ridiculous was Mr. Cohen's assertion that we're all complicit because "Congress overwhelmingly voted for war and the American people overwhelmingly supported it." First of all, this "overwhelming" support was fed by faulty intelligence and outright lies, and, second, the war resolution didn't say anything about suspending our observance of the Geneva Conventions.
Mr. Cohen has brought moral relativism to a new low in the pages of The Post.