Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Dubya's crew has been trying to discredit Richard Clarke by quoting from, for instance, his letter of resignation, which contained warm praise for the Dubya's leadership, and said how pleasant it was to work together.

There's been a problem with that -- Clarke has been able to show them up, by for instance, pointing out that he was talking about his service as cybersecurity "czar", after trying and failing to get a responsible role in the antiterror efforts. But, reports Josh Marshall, they're dealing with that problem -- they're going to be excerpting classified testimony, which he can't legally quote in context...


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