Tuesday, December 23, 2003
And who could blame her?
Suppose you had the words "national security" in your job title, had access to all levels of intelligence, and had asserted in the aftermath of 9/11 that, "[No one] could have predicted that they would try to use a…hijacked airplane as a missile."
And then suppose it came out that at least a dozen pre-9/11 intelligence reports had suggested just such a possibility.
You wouldn't want to have to explain yourself either.