Hillary Clinton was on Capitol Hill today for a House Foreign Affairs Committee when she was asked about Cheney's demand that Obama release classified documents that prove torture (yeah, I said torture) works. "It won't surprise you that I don't consider him a particularly reliable source," Clinton replied. Zing! She was later asked whether she would advise the President to release the memos, to which she replied: "I'm not going to share that with you."
Clinton has become a pretty reliable player for Team Obama. She showed her team colors at the hearing when asked about her disagreement with Obama on the issue of whether to meet with foreign dictators. She told committee members that the United States had spent eight years trying to isolate Chavez without getting results so it's time to try a new approach. She added,
"My bottom line is, I am here to serve my country, which I have loved
ever since I was a little girl. And I'm going to support my president,
because he is committed to doing whatever he can in the time he is
given to serve to make this a better, safer, more secure world." Sounds like a pretty good cheerleader to me.