Monday, May 08, 2006

Congressional ‘leaders’: The last thing we want at CIA is discipline, order, and professionalism
Bipartisan caution over CIA nominee

Republicans and Democrats voiced concerns yesterday about the expected appointment of a military general to replace outgoing CIA Director Porter J. Goss, who resigned abruptly last week.

"There is some real concern about somebody from the military heading the CIA," Senate intelligence committee Chairman Pat Roberts, Kansas Republican, said of Air Force Gen. Michael V. Hayden, the Bush administration's reported front-runner for the job...


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