Romney's Reading

He tells Hewitt that he's been reading John Bolton. As always, it's hard to tell if this is true or pure pandering. But neither is encouraging. If you want a continuation of Cheney foreign policy, a vote for Romney is a good idea. This is a great little Hewittism, by the way:

One of the first tasks for a conservative in the White House will be to get control of the Department of State, and the Central Intelligence Agency, that keep turning out these NIE’s ...

So there will be no more National Intelligence Estimates, I guess. I mean: why estimate when you already know?

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