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Former CIA director James Woolsey agrees with me (yes!) that we should not call the overall head of intelligence a "czar":
Woolsey said the creation of a national director position "may be a wise move," although objected to the title "national intelligence czar": "I think 500 years of stupidity followed by Bolshevism is not a good" idea.
Booya!

In related news, it seems Bush has done a 180 concerning the powers said "czar" should have. Not sure how I feel about this. Seems that if you're going to have someone presiding over all US intelligence, that person should be able to approve budgets and control hiring and firing, in order to be anything other than a figurehead.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: Rudy for Intel Chief!







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