If we can’t have an Administration that knows the difference between right and wrong, it would be nice to have one that knows the difference between the kind of crap you can get away with and the kind of crap you can’t get away with: snatching and torturing an innocent citizen of a friendly foreign power, for example.
Note that they don’t even bother to deny it. Nothing but silence.
A senior administration official said the Bush administration had been aware of these allegations for some time, but he referred questions to the F.B.I. and the C.I.A. In a series of interviews, neither the C.I.A. nor the F.B.I. would deny or confirm Mr. Masri’s allegations. A C.I.A. spokeswoman said the agency would not comment at all.
There are signs at airports saying “Many bags look alike.” Can’t we have signs at Langley and Fort Fumble saying “Many Arabic names are highly similar to one another”?
Done in your name, my friends. And mine.