WLS conservative-minded shock jock Mancow Muller went on Keith Olbermann's "Countdown" show on MSNBC Tuesday night to talk about how horrific his waterboarding experience was last week.
Last week Mancow submitted to being waterboarded on his show to proved the "enhanced interrogation technique" isn't really torture - and 6 seconds later changed his mind after being tortured - his word - by the technique.
Mancow says the physical, nevermind the psychological, effects lasted for days.
Muller says that's the message he gave fellow conservative powerhouse, Fox News' Sean Hannity, when the commentator, whom Mancow describes as a friend, called to argue that waterboarding isn't torture.
It was "absolutely torture. I would have confessed to anything to make it stop. I was willing to prove, and ready to prove, that this was a joke, and I was wrong. It was horrific. It was instantaneous. And look, I felt the effects for two days."
So the debate rages on - at least to which celebrity/journalist/talking head will be waterboarded next.