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The face of "Change": Obama considers Jamie Gorelick

More proof that hope/change are just symbols, like “freedom,” used to manipulate clueless college students, minorities, and self-hating liberals:

Not many people can claim to have been at the center of arguably the greatest financial disaster and greatest national security disaster in American history. But Gorelick, said to be on the short list for attorney general by the New York Times, can. Surely that qualifies her for further government service.

Gorelick earned an estimated $26 million serving as vice chair of Fannie Mae from 1998 to 2003.

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Before Fannie Mae, Gorelick was deputy attorney general in the Clinton Justice Department and architect of the policy that established a wall between intelligence and law enforcement, making “connecting the dots” before 9/11 a virtual impossibility.

Gorelick was the author of a 1995 memo that helped establish what former Attorney General John Ashcroft testified was the “single greatest structural cause” for Sept. 11, which was “the wall that segregated criminal investigators and intelligence agents.”

“Government erected this wall,” Ashcroft said. “Government buttressed this wall. And before Sept. 11, government was blinded by this wall.”

Gorelick later was a member of the 9/11 Commission, a participant in the very events being investigated. At the commission hearings, she pummeled Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, not with questions but with accusations of malfeasance, asking Rice why her office failed to “connect the dots.”


That’s a winner.

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