There's something about the CIA that impels me to read a news article. Like reading the business section and stumbling on all sorts of tidbits, predictability that results in liquidation sales at Tower Records going bankrupt, and Virgin Records close behind, it seems that top secret information in an information age is the smart news to peruse these days. Remember, when the CIA claimed they'd been warning us about the possibility of a terrorist attack by air, they simply couldn't put their finger on how, when, who and where. Well, as a result of the torture methods used by the CIA for extracting information (and confessions) from POWs in Guantanamo Bay, the Honorable Richard W Roberts is declaring an ultimatum for the Bush administration to cough up a written explanation, inside of 3 weeks, that seemingly disputes any court order attempts to retain the evident videotapes that were erased.
Are you hearing impeachment? That's what I'm talking about. Don't you even believe for a minute that I carry my digital camera around everywhere I go because I like to take digital photos of top secret information, or take snapshots of people I deem under surveillance. I think spy work is the worst kind of job, unless I'm digging up information about my ex, because there's never any peace in a job like that. I'm paranoid enough just being a library clerk, I don't need to be somebody who is constantly looking over his shoulder for peeps least likely to be the cause of my doom. Although I am getting better, if I do say so myself, in this cartooning bizness.