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"Former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden on Friday said Vice President Joe Biden proved his leadership is "not the kind ... this country needs" when Biden threw the intelligence community under the bus during Thursday's vice presidential debate with Paul Ryan."
The intelligence community of USA is really a very bad example of a non efficient society.- failed in Pearl Harbor- failed by the first atomic bomb of USSR- failed in Cuba- failed in Vietnam- failed in Dallas - failed by 9/11
And that are just the highlights. I mean nobody is perfect but be upset if VP Joe Biden is telling the truth, who cares?
"During the Vice Presidential debate, we were disappointed to see Vice President Biden blame the intelligence community for the inconsistent and shifting response of the Obama Administration to the terrorist attacks in Benghazi," Hayden said in a joint statement with Michael Chertoff, the former head of the Department of Homeland Security."
I mean Homeland Security has more to do with Security Terror than with Homeland Security. It is more a job machine. I miss convincing and effective up to date techniques. Like profiling.But my dear Republicans do not like it. Why?
President BARACK OBAMA the GREAT
will close even this hole by executive order.He knows what to do.
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