Fred Hiatt, untalented hack and editorial page editor of the Washington Post, has chosen to continue his series of bleat-outs from the losers, war-criminals, and just plain old criminals from the Bush-Cheney Administration with something from General Michael V. Hayden.
Former General Hayden was a big fan of spying on Americans without a warrant when he was head of the NSA and later the CIA. Now he a principal at the Chertoff Group, a security consultancy co-founded by former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff.
So certainly we all want to hear what experts from the shrub regime have to say about national security, seeing as they were so successful and all. Here's Michael: Obama administration takes several wrong paths in dealing with terrorism.
If anyone knows wrong paths, Michael Hayden would. For my loyal readers, I've summarised his piece in the form of a picture:
P.S. Scott Horton:
As (Jeff) Stein notes, Kiriakou’s false statements about the efficiency of waterboarding instantly swept America’s mainstream media—in addition to ABC, they appeared in the Washington Post, the New York Times, NPR, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, and numerous other media. How many of these sources will now acknowledge that the reports they propagated were false? Don’t hold your breath.
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