Wednesday, November 10, 2004
Umm... Yes, that would do it
From a New York Times article about the resignation of John Ashcroft:
In his first months as attorney general, some officials at the Federal Bureau of Investigation accused him of being inattentive to concerns about the threat of terrorism, but the Sept. 11 attacks appeared to energize a Justice Department leadership struggling to find its way.Hmm... let's see... how do I put this... wouldn't it appear that by then it was just a little, you know, too freakin' late!? I mean it's well and good to be attentive to concerns about terrorism after the biggest terrorist attack in the history of the United States, but one can't help but think that maybe it would have been even more useful before 9/11. Or maybe I'm just asking a little too much of appointed officials.
Probably. Seeing as how *the* most important thing is agreeing with the President. Just look at what's happening with the CIA. You may not like them, but this stuff of having some kind of sub fusc loyalty oath is truly wrong.Post a Comment