Monday, May 27, 2002

Three lessons for US intelligence are posted in the Christian Science Monitor by Adm. Stansfield Turner, former director of central intelligence. The good news is that we DID have clues. The bad news is we didn't handle them well. Turner says that it is not helpful for the administration to claim they did the best they could do. That just isn't true. But there are some things that can be done right away to make things better. I hope the Republicans can overlook the fact that they were originally put into place by Carter. I hope the Democrats can overlook the fact they were dismantled by Reagan.

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