Perhaps George W. Bush and Barack Obama thought about law the same way, but they didn't say it like this:
As expressed in that clip: Law is respected only in the sense that you acknowledge that when the law is in your way, you'll "increase" the law. Most people would say "change the law," so I'm struck by the locution "increase the law." It's sort of like the way Bush would say things like "Make the pie higher"... but less sunny... and far more sinister.
Here's the "Face the Nation" website, where I expect to find the full interview and transcript soon.
When I get the transcript, I will demonstrate something I figured out as I listened to him speaking about torture and going beyond waterboarding. He does not view these practices as enhanced interrogation techniques, focused on dragging needed information out of captives. He sees them as useful for the purpose of frightening the enemy, that is, he embraces terrorism.