Sunday, June 15, 2008
David Ignatius, always great on the subject, has a column outlining the problems and some possible remedies for America's spy agencies. He mentions that it will fall to McCain or Obama to fix a lot of the damage of the past eight years, and it occurs to me how little we've heard about intelligence reform this campaign. It's not exactly a vote-getter, but it's a vitally important issue, and an opportunity to look smart on national security (especially important for Obama). Hopefully, the two will begin to address the topic.