Commentary: Intelligence Failures Were Bipartisan Critics complained when President Bush would not appoint a panel to look at U.S. intelligence failures. Now they're complaining because he did. Commentator David Frum, a former White House speech writer, says critics should let them do their job. He says the failures were the result of mistakes made by both Republicans and Democrats.
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Commentary: Intelligence Failures Were Bipartisan

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Commentary: Intelligence Failures Were Bipartisan

Commentary: Intelligence Failures Were Bipartisan

Commentary: Intelligence Failures Were Bipartisan

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Critics complained when President Bush would not appoint a panel to look at U.S. intelligence failures. Now they're complaining because he did. Commentator David Frum, a former White House speech writer, says critics should let them do their job. He says the failures were the result of mistakes made by both Republicans and Democrats.