Not so well-done Berger

"Last year, when I was in the Archives reviewing documents, I made an honest mistake. It's one that I deeply regret. I dealt with this issue in October 2003 fully and completely. Everything that I have done all along in this process has been for the purpose of aiding and supporting the work of the 9/11 commission, and any suggestion to the contrary is simply, absolutely wrong."  Sandy Berger, July 2004 Oops. As we all know by now, Sandy Berger, the former National Security Advisor in the Clinton Administration, was caught removing highly classified documents (known as an 'after—action review') from the National Archives pertaining to that Administration's handling of a suspected terrorist plot at the turn of the millennium in 2000. Although Berger has never admitted any ulterior motive, only the most incredibly na´ve observer or rabidly partisan operative could possibly think that Berger's actions were not designed to cover some perceived embarrassing shortcoming in...(Read Full Article)