posted on May, 24 2006 @ 10:32 AM
The Senate Intelligence Committee voted Hayden for the CIA director position. It was voted 12 to 3 to be sent to the Senate floor where it will be
voted on before Memorial Day.
WASHINGTON, DC (KNX) -- The Senate Intelligence Committee has voted to confirm General Michael Hayden as the new Director of the Central
Intelligence Agency. On a vote of 12 to 3, the committee's approval sends the matter to the full Senate floor, where a vote is expected before the
body recesses for Memorial Day.
The White House has made it known that they would like to have Hayden confirmed and sworn in as director before outgoing CIA chief Porter Goss leaves
the job on Friday.
Hayden sat for eight hours of intense questioning by members of the Intelligence Committee during open and closed sessions last week.
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Im worried about this guy personally. I think its getting ever closer to a military owned government. He is just one more piece of the puzzle. I
wonder why people would want a former NSA director, military man, running a civilian agency.
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