Wednesday, July 21, 2004

WSJ on Berger

The Wall Street Journal has an excellent op-ed this morning on the Berger affair. They have zeroed in on the contradictions on Bergers story as well as what infomation the berger might be wanting to keep from the September 11th commission and the public. They make the excellent point that it is highly unlikely that "sloppiness" as Sandy Berger attributed it to, would lead Berger to "inadvertantly" remove drafts of the same report on more than one occassion.

The larger point of the piece is the more important one: whether America wants to go back to treating terrorism as a law enforcement issue under John Kerry, or continue the war on terror. The choice in November could not be more clear.