Saturday, May 06, 2006

The anti-Porter Goss articles that have appeared this weekend, like this one in today's Washington Post, seem to have in common an emphasis on the apparently horrible human cost of Goss's tenure at the CIA:

Excuse me if I'm unmoved. This is the agency whose total failure on 9/11 was the worst single act of negligence in American history. As far as I am concerned, every single person in the entire agency should have lost their jobs on September 12, 2001. For anyone there to get self-righteous about anything--as in the disgraceful Rumsfeld heckling incident the other day, is appalling beyond belief. To resurrect one of the Left's favorite lines: Have they no shame? Have they no common decency?

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