Political friendly fire
Posted by aogWednesday, 12 December 2007 at 17:30 TrackBack Ping URL

In catching up on my reading at Best of the Web I saw a comment about the “destruction of CIA interrogations”. The CIA claim is that this was done to protect agents at risk. Has it ever been stated that the CIA thought the agents were at risk from foreign enemies, or at risk from Congress, despite its leadership’s approval of the interrogation methods? The fact the approval and ultimate approval comes from the same set of rogue CIA elements that have been attacking the Bush Administration in tandem with the domestic political opposition in Congress makes the whole thing schadenfruedeful.

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Annoying Old Guy Thursday, 13 December 2007 at 17:29

Instapundit catches up with me.

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