Sunday, March 13, 2011

I just knew…

…he should'a checked with the boss first. Via The Caucus
P.J. Crowley, the state department spokesman, stepped down Sunday after saying publicly that treatment of Wikileaks suspect Pfc. Bradley Manning in military detention has been “ridiculous and counterproductive and stupid.”
It's hard to imagine that Crowley, a retired military officer with years of State Department experience, wouldn't know that his comments were, in effect, the opening lines of his resignation. It's easy to understand, too, why Crowley, because of that very experience, might be compelled to speak out when the institutions he has served so long are being served so poorly by their actions.

Going out with the truth on your lips isn't the worst way to go.

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