BLAIR’S RESIGNATION – A Symptom of a More Serious Problem
The resignation of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), Dennis Blair, is a symptom of a more serious problem within the Obama administration than the failures of the DNI. It’s a problem that won’t disappear with Blair’s departure. Fixing it requires more than appointing the right replacement. it requires a hard look at the DNI position itself and how President Obama and the White House oversee it.
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