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August 13, 2007


"All I can say," writes Tony Karon, "is that if our physical security is in the hands of people who’re making tactical decisions based on what they read on Debka, we are in serious, serious shit."

I don't know if I should be pleased that the government is being so thorough as to check up on chatter coming from the DrudgeReport of intelligence reporting, or worried that we're staggering so blindly as to think such sources credible.

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It's a conundrum alright. I think the extra issue is that if something happens and they "ignored a warning" they would be in trouble. So, it's a natural outcome of the current situation.

Posted by: Meh | Aug 13, 2007 2:59:13 PM

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