Tenet, a poster child for “The Power Of Positive Brown-Nosing,” has hit a new low, even for Washington.
Having worked his way up the political ladder by leaving no back unslapped, on the way down he’s leaving no back unstabbed.
George Tenet is the Barney Fife of the spy world. Every bad guy got away, and he never took his bullet out of his pocket.
Screwing up the pre-Iraq war intelligence alone makes him a failure. Utterly missing the 9/11 attacks and having not a single CIA asset in the Taliban or al-Qaeda at the time earns him “Worst CIA Chief Ever.”
But Tenet’s incompetence overshadows even these “accomplishments.”
The liberal media is Tenet’s cheerleading section. They are hanging on every word of the new Tenet book hoping to, at the very least, smear Bush for not firing the former CIA Director long ago.
Bush deserves criticism for allowing Tenet to remain as head of the CIA far too long.
Will the Tenet book be filed in the fiction section at the Library of Congress?