Thursday, January 27, 2005

"Gestapo" leader to abandon bunker 

Douglas J. Feith plans to spend more time with family. Yeah, ok, sure. Spend it on an ice flow off the coast of Antartica why don't ya.
Rumsfeld policy adviser to quit this year
WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld's top policy adviser said Wednesday he has informed Rumsfeld that he will leave his Pentagon position sometime this summer.

Douglas J. Feith, the undersecretary of defense for policy and a driving force behind the Bush administration's strategy for fighting the global war on terror, said in an interview that he decided it was time he devoted more time to his family. He has four children.

"I informed the secretary that I plan to leave in the summer," he said.

He offered no specific resignation date and stressed that he was leaving on his own terms.

Heh. Someones been digging up this lunatics backyard?

"Feith's Gestapo" - falshback:
[1] - "Powell thought Cheney had the fever. The vice president and Wolfowitz kept looking for the connection between Saddam and 9/11. It was a separate little government that was out there — Wolfowitz, Libby, Feith and Feith's 'Gestapo office,' as Powell privately put it… Powell thought that Cheney took intelligence and converted uncertainty and ambiguity into fact. It was about the worst charge that Powell could make about the vice president. But there it was." ["Plan of Attack," Bob Woodward] ~ DNC

[2] - Powell felt Cheney and his allies -- his chief aide, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, deputy defense secretary Paul Wolfowitz and undersecretary of defense for policy Douglas Feith and what Powell called Feith's "Gestapo" office -- had established what amounted to a separate government. ~ Left Coaster


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