Tuesday, August 10, 2004


Bush's choice of Rep. Porter Goss to head the CIA is a very clever one. Goss:

1. Is well known and respected in Congress.

2. Has creds within the agency since he "used to be one of them".

But you can be sure his background in the CIA will be held against him. Since the agency is ripe for reform, many will argue a former insider isn't the guy to do it.


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