Monday, December 24, 2007

Treason's Greetings

Novakula, playing hardball hand grenade in this morning's Washington Post:

Intelligence agencies, from Nazi Germany to present-day Pakistan, for better or for ill, have tended to break away from their governments. The Office of Strategic Services, the CIA's World War II predecessor, was infiltrated by communists. While CIA tactics were under liberal assault in Congress during the Watergate era, current accusations of a rogue agency come from Republicans who see a conscious undermining of Bush at Langley.
You see, only Nazis and jihadis and communists disagree with Bush and hard-line Republicans. Which ought to make the next Dem administration a real blast.