Ray McGovern's take on George Tenet
it's a goodie... here's some teasers...
besides nailing tenet to the wall via the printed word, mcgovern provides a well-researched, well-sourced, very nearly first-hand perspective on what ACTUALLY took place over the time covered in tenet's book, and, in the process, manages to completely debunk tenet's sad attempt at self-justification... Submit To Propeller
- Tenet’s book is a self-indictment for the crimes with which Socrates was charged: making the worse cause appear the better, and corrupting the youth.
- Tenet’s book and tiresome interviews have earned him the degree for chutzpah summa cum laude.
- Tenet’s pitiable apologia demonstrates once again not only that absolute power corrupts absolutely, but that the corruption befouls all those nearby.
- [Tenet's] book offers a keyhole-peep into a White House of ill repute, with Vice President Dick Cheney playing at his chess board, moving sniveling pawns like Tenet from one square to another.
- Tenet should not be behind a microphone, but behind bars.