Jeez, I thought it was only coffee in that cup Jim Bamford drank from at my house, but apparently he slipped something stronger into it when I was opening the box of cookies he brought over. Anyone who thinks I have any influence on the Bush administration is regularly swallowing something more powerful than caffeine…
And here's part of the reply from James Bamford:
With so little to challenge in the article, Ledeen spends much of his time defending himself against things of which I didn't accuse him, such as being employed by the Pentagon, and arguing over how many times he's been interviewed . . .
[Plus: Check out Tim Dickinson's "Regime Change Playbook."]