Arnold Williams (notebuyer) wrote,
Arnold Williams

The CIA: Not Good At Secrets, But Good at Bureaucratic Infighting

As the Tigerhawk reminds us, the CIA has decided that spying on those plotting to hurt us is too much work, so they've decided their mission is bureaucratic infighting, instead. We have seen their disregard for the rules of classification when it suits them to release something that can be spun as damaging to George Bush, and the extraordinary insouciance they display when their frequent failures are trotted out (most recent example: see George Tenet).
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