But Obama did say, nevertheless, he could support a congressional investigation if it were conducted in a bipartisan way.
Obama has said he does not support charging CIA agents and interrogators who took part in waterboarding and other harsh interrogation tactics, acting on advice from superiors that such practices were legal. But he also said that it is up to the attorney general whether to prosecute Bush administration lawyers who wrote the memos approving these tactics.
Obama's chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, had said this weekend that the Obama administration would not seek prosecution of the Bush administration lawyers.
Did you know camera sensors come in different sizes? Compact cameras have either a 1/2.5" sensor or a 1/1.7" sensor but an SLR has an APS-C or full frame sensor. Has a lot to do with Microsoft, doesn't it?