Sunday, November 06, 2005
Victoria Toensing, a former chief counsel for the Senate Intelligence Committee and former deputy assistant attorney general in the Reagan administration, has a great summary of the Plame issue in this weekend WSJ. I agree with her assessment that "The CIA conduct in this matter is either a brilliant covert action against the White House or inept intelligence tradecraft. It is up to Congress to decide which." It's short, to the point and sounds right to me.