Speaking on Hugh Hewitts radio show, Santorum, the presidential hopeful and former Pennsylvania senator, says McCain is misguided in his stance against the enhanced interrogation techniques sanctioned during the Bush administration but discontinued by Obama's White House, which has labeled them torture. RS: I dont, everything Ive read shows that we would not have gotten this information as to who this man was if it had not been gotten information from people who were subject to enhanced interrogation. And so this idea that we didnt ask that question while Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was being waterboarded, he doesnt understand how enhanced interrogation works. I mean, you break somebody, and after theyre broken, they become cooperative. And thats when we got this information. And one thing led to another, and led to another, and thats how we ended up with bin Laden. That seems to be clear from all the information I read. Maybe McCain has better information than I do, but from what Ive seen, it seems pretty clear that but for these cooperative witnesses who were cooperative as a result of enhanced interrogations, we would not have gotten bin Laden. White House Hopeful Rick Santorum Thinks John McCain "Doesn't Understand" Torture Full show transcript: The Hugh Hewitt Show I can't believe it. Of all the people in this country, Rick Santorum says "John McCain doesn't understand torture". Of all the people. If John McCain doesn't understand torture, who does?