Friday, February 10, 2006


A tale of two papers. The Post's Walter Pincus discusses an article in Foreign Affairs with such snippets as
the critique is one of the most severe indictments of White House actions by a former Bush official since Richard C. Clarke
It is also the first time that such a senior intelligence officer has so directly and publicly condemned the administration's handling of intelligence.
Meanwhile, as if on cue, the NYTimes prints a plea from CIA director Porter Goss entitled Loose Lips Sink Spies which begins-
At the Central Intelligence Agency, we are more than holding our own in the global war on terrorism, but we are at risk of losing a key battle: the battle to protect our classified information.



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