Thursday, March 25, 2004
Here's what upsets me about the Richard Clarke affair. He owed Condoleezza Rice and George W. Bush his best, unvarnished advice while he was there. Instead, he waited until he had left government to tell everyone what he really believed.
I guess Clarke wasn't being paid enough for his unvarnished advice. That requires a book contract.
Yet another in a long line of vengeful bureaucrats who take umbrage at the proposition that the world does not revolve around what they say and do.