Wanted: Adult Supervision for White House

Russ Vaughn
It would appear that what is needed most in the Obama White House is adult supervision.

In the wake of the latest terror incident was the Administration's top priority finding the weakness in our security systems that allowed a Muslim terrorist to come so close to destroying an American airplane full of Christmas travelers?

Well, no, according to an unnamed staffer who is quoted at American Spectator:

"The idea was that we'd show that the Bush Administration had had far worse missteps than we ever could," says a staffer in the counsel's office. "We were told that classified material involving anything related to al Qaeda operating in Yemen or Nigeria was fair game and that we'd declassify it if necessary."

The article states that the White House is in full defensive spin mode being directed by Rahm Emanuel, David Axelrod and Robert Bauer.

It would appear that what is needed most in the Obama White House is adult supervision.

In the wake of the latest terror incident was the Administration's top priority finding the weakness in our security systems that allowed a Muslim terrorist to come so close to destroying an American airplane full of Christmas travelers?

Well, no, according to an unnamed staffer who is quoted at American Spectator:

"The idea was that we'd show that the Bush Administration had had far worse missteps than we ever could," says a staffer in the counsel's office. "We were told that classified material involving anything related to al Qaeda operating in Yemen or Nigeria was fair game and that we'd declassify it if necessary."

The article states that the White House is in full defensive spin mode being directed by Rahm Emanuel, David Axelrod and Robert Bauer.