Friday, December 30, 2005

Marquis de Bush.

This quote from an article in today's Washington Post sure does explain a lot.

""In the past, presidents set up buffers to distance themselves from covert action," said A. John Radsan, assistant general counsel at the CIA from 2002 to 2004. "But this president, who is breaking down the boundaries between covert action and conventional war, seems to relish the secret findings and the dirty details of operations."

Sounds like Bush has been reading too many Tom Clancy novels and making them policy.

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