Monday, November 15, 2004

Purge at the CIA by Justin Raimondo

It's typical of the neocons that they would try to blame the very people who warned against rushing to war for the consequences of their ideology-driven policy. McCain has the gall to smear the hardworking professionals over at Langley – the guardians of American security – as a "rogue agency" when it was precisely the establishment of several "rogue agencies" within the U.S. government, set up to bypass the CIA and the traditional intelligence community, that facilitated the stove-piping of "raw" and erroneous data to policymakers – including, in one case, an outright forgery.

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