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Nov 18, 2009



Thomas Ricks also has a great take on today's USA Today story here

Two takeaway pts:

1. "If you are going to do this mentoring, do it for free, as an act of patriotism and gratitude. Otherwise it looks like a racket of insiders spreading the wealth around other insiders."

2. "If the New York Times can win a Pulitzer for its story about generals going on TV too much, this one should win two."

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