In the past, presidents set up buffers to distance themselves from covert action.
A. John Radsan
In the past, presidents set up buffers to distance themselves from covert action. But this president, who is breaking down the boundaries between covert action and conventional war, seems to relish the dirty details of operations.
John Rizzo is a classic D.O. lawyer. He understands the culture, the intelligence business. He admires the case officers. And they trust him to work out tough issues in the gray with them. He is like a corporate lawyer who knows how to make the deal happen.
Hitler and his regime murdered six million Jews and launched a world war that caused more than 40 million deaths. How can that be compared to current U.S. government policy?
I tend to like very bitchy women. I find myself most attracted to smart, sarcastic, bitchy women.
(May 23, 1958 - )
It is not titles that honor men, but men that honor titles.