A basic tenet of public life, part 6

I’ve quit trying to keep up with the excellent commentary, pro and con, on George Tenet’s new book. Douglas Feith’s Wall Street Journal review of Tenet’s book is, however, of special interest. He has posted it here. Why President Bush retained Tenet’s services in the days and months and years following 9/11 is a question beyond the scope of Feith’s review, but it tacitly raises the question in a most troubling manner. On the related isssue of what the CIA has been doing since 9/11 with particular skill and enthusiasm, see “The Fred factor, part 3.” (Via Instapundit.)
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