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Mar 22, 2006

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Joe Katzman

Pulling a report that showed security defects in a critical national security system isn't necessarily a bad idea - as long as the problems are fixed and an oversight mechanism remains. Stonewalling the DoD's own Inspector General, however, is not good and pretty hard to justify.

Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is insulated from the oversight that other defense programs receive.

Lets SPY on THEM.

FREEDUMB=DUMB TO BE FREE!!!!!
pass it along,
Follow the Money.

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