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Old 21 Sep 17, 10:30
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Originally Posted by Urban hermit View Post
I get it, but you have to admit, we do not expect failure from any other government agency. The Intelligence services are vital to us.
When the information provided by your agents can result in political intertia that can lead to military action, failure should not be an option. Imagine if the USPS motto was "failure is guaranteed"
Agree, to err is human. I should add, I routinely expect failure from the State Department. The fish-belly skin diplomats do not leave their cocktail circuit to talk with indigenous people. If one does, their contemporaries label them "going Arab".
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