One good unzip deserves another

Drudge has posted a link to an outstanding New York Sun editorial on the consequences of leaving Sandy Berger in charge of national security while Bill Clinton was busy — what was it? — saving the Constitution: “The boldness of the president.”
The editorial summarizes the 9/11 Commission Report account of the opportunities foregone to seize or kill Osama bin Laden, and quotes Berger’s marginal notes on the last memo presenting him with the opportunity for action:

In August of 2000, Mr. Berger was presented with another possible plan for attacking Mr. bin Laden.This time, the plan would be based on aerial surveillance from a


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