I realize that it has often played “employer of last resort” for moribund political figures who’ve outlived their usefulness – or relevance. And I suppose that’s a good thing, in a way. It keeps them off the streets and out of trouble. And I can understand hiring Tenet. Whatever his failings and lack of courage under Bush, he still has a helluva resume and a long and mostly honorable if not terribly distinguished record of public service.
For Doug Feith, however, there is no excuse. NONE. Continue reading