Friday, May 12, 2006

All In The Timing

Boy, does General Hayden know when to get nominated to head the CIA…

Congressional Republicans and Democrats alike demanded answers from the Bush administration on Thursday about a report that the National Security Agency had collected records of millions of domestic phone calls, even as President Bush assured Americans that their privacy is “fiercely protected.”


Several lawmakers predicted the new disclosures would complicate confirmation hearings next week for Gen. Michael V. Hayden, formerly the head of the N.S.A., as the president’s nominee to lead the Central Intelligence Agency.

Maybe he should sit down with Harriet Miers and review his testimony for the confirmation hearings.