Monday, February 05, 2007
Budgets are just numbers. Didn't Don Rumsfeld say that?
The New York Times says "Without a public debate or formal policy decision, contractors have become a virtual fourth branch of government."
They're just jealous 'cause the press used to be the Fourth Estate.
Speaking of military contracters: Is Sen. Feinstein in bed with special interests? (Cue groans, rotten tomatoes.)
Homeland Security says local constabularies don't have a "need to know" about possible terror threats, like that suspicious swarthy guy Mrs. Belle saw at the Krispy Kreme on Washington Road the other day. He had shifty eyes.
Curious: Will DNA samples be subject to "information sharing"?
"North Korea must get out of the nuclear business if it wants energy or economic aid, the chief U.S. negotiator said Monday, adding he believed the North was prepared to negotiate..." -- APDoesn't he mean, now that North Korea has the bomb, and the U.S. has lost much of its leverage, that we're prepared to negotiate?
Brilliant. Kim never saw it coming.