Saturday, March 27, 2004

Secrecy only when it suits them 

Demagogue has a good post on how the administration's selective use of secrecy--opening Richard Clarke's classified testimony to a groundless fishing expedition, while refusing to release information as trivial as the names of participants in Cheney's energy task force--could backfire.
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