Sunday, April 03, 2005

Down with OSP

Maureen Dowd;

As the commission's co-chairman, Laurence Silberman, put it: "Our executive order did not direct us to deal with the use of intelligence by policy makers, and all of us were agreed that that was not part of our inquiry."

Huh? That's like an investigation into steroids in baseball that looks only at the drug companies, not the players who muscled up.

Not to mention the players chose their suppliers.

Oh well, those of us concerned about this issue should just 'get over it' and be thankful for the opportunities generated. The taste of freedom, unquenchable.