9/11 Panel Complains Some Agencies Are Slowing Inquiry (New York Times - registration required) One must be careful to not allow themselves to be consumed by irony, though the need of the (rogue) Bush administration to have monitors present at interviews with its agents certainly strikes an ironic chord. However, there is a more important issue. At some point the administration should sit down with Congress and the nation and explain themselves. Security is important, we understand, but isn't that the point? (A note from the President: While the administration recognizes the essential value of security concerns, and while the administration has taken measures to ensure security, the administration feels at this time that it would pose a security risk to release certain details of security issues to the commission entrusted with examining and improving security.) It has the appearance of a mourner after some human disaster: Why? Why? I did my part. Why? But how is keeping a faulty process hidden from the public and unaddressed going to fix the problem? :m:, Tiassa Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!