posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 10:46 AM
I guess we know why Kennedy wanted to, uh turn them into a thousand points of light.(*)
But I think what happens is similar to what you find with law enforcement. They end up being cut from the same mold as the perpetrators, being down in
the trenches each day.
As a famous politician once said, you have to be willing to be more ruthless than your enemy.
I note on their response page they say they don't claim to be perfect and that they "strive each day" to learn from failures.
Oh really? I'd like to see a list of which Ops they consider failures, and, indeed, that there's someone in the Agency that analyzes their missions
for such qualities. Might be nice to have a little civilian oversight, eh?
I can see it now:
Lessons Learned - 112263..."Those pesky Mossad and Coriscans are always at each other's throats - leave them out of the next mission".
BTW, this makes for some interesting reading, particularly the Kennedy Vietnam
(*)Forgive the mixed reference
made for the sake of humor