"...But the question remains: Will the public, and the rest of the world, see and hear enough to be as persuaded ? Foreign Policy magazine reported this week that, in addition to the horrific video imagery of dead women and children and chemical analysis, a key piece of evidence against the Syrian regime consists of "intercepts" of telephone conversations between an official at the Syrian Ministry of Defense and a leader of a military chemical weapons unit. If so, the NSA was probably involved in picking up that bit of evidence, and in order to deliver up his best case the president will have to thrust an unpopular agency back into the news. It won't be easy ."
Thursday, August 29, 2013
"The president will have to thrust an unpopular agency back into the news!"
Posted by G, M, Z, or B at 6:59 PM