Friday, August 10, 2007

"Today, we face some of the greatest threats that any generation will ever know, and we must not be slow in confronting them. We must continue to emphasize integration across the Community to better serve our customers, provide frank, unencumbered analysis, and strengthen collection capablitlies that continue to penetrate the seemingly impenetrable."
---Director of National Intelligence, Mike McConnell
Well said!

A top US intelligence official has admitted a controversial domestic surveillance program is only one part of a much broader spying effort.

Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell wrote in a letter that other aspects of the National Security Agency's domestic spying program remain classified, the Washington Post reported.

Communication is everything, isn't it?
Spy Chief's Spokesman Quits After 3 Months
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (UPI) -- The chief of media relations for the U.S. director of national intelligence has quit after just three months, leaving several public affairs posts vacant. Stephen Shaw, who started in the post in May, left effective Friday, Vanee Vines, one of just two press spokespeople left in the office, confirmed to United Press International.
Vines declined to comment further, citing a policy of not commenting on personnel issues.
Oh my. Who will relate to the media for Director Mike now? He needs all the help he can get.


At 11:40 PM, Blogger GottaLaff said...

Interesting sequence of quotes. I couldn't resist.

At 9:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oxymoron: "National Intelligence"

Too easy, right?


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