Lieberman should be satisfied that Holder has decided to limit the investigation to twelve documented instances of abuse, and that the White House’s first reaction here was to worry about morale at the CIA…
Is there another part of the government that we allow to just engage in wanton lawlessness, and then when the misdeeds are uncovered, the first priority in the investigation is the department’s “morale?” If IRS agents found a way to embezzle millions of dollars, when we discovered it and prosecuted them, would we worry about the morale of the IRS?
Also, just curious, but I thought we were working under the rules for the last decade, which state, quite clearly, “If you haven’t done anything wrong, you don’t have anything to hide.” Did a new edition come out and I missed the rule change? Or was that just for us regular citizens?
Damn you, Gary Gygax. I guess I need a new Player’s Handbook.