Bush Continuing Lack of Accountability

Bush’s latest defense of the CIA Director, George Tenet, is no more than a continuation of his willingness to permit failure–a trail leading back to 9/11.
To set the record straight, Tenet has now failed on two major tasks of his: to protect the American people (9/11) and to provide the most senior intelligence client–the President–with reliable information and the full picture. Tenet admits as much, and, if I recall correctly, he already offered to resign after September 11. I think it is time for him to be dishonorably discharged.
Yet, since Bush continues to protect him, one should wonder what Tenet knows that could be so valuable to the Bush administration as to keep him on the job–and, therefore, silent–after such a blatant pattern of failure.

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