Leaving To Do More Time With Duke Cunningham
Shouldn't someone with a five year plan stick around for more than a year?
CIA Director Porter Goss resigned unexpectedly Friday, leaving behind a spy agency still battling to recover from the scars of intelligence failures before America's worst terrorist attack and faulty information that formed the U.S. rationale for invading Iraq.
It was the latest move in a second-term shake-up of President Bush's team.
Making the announcement from the Oval Office, Bush called Goss' tenure one of transition.
"He has led ably," Bush said, Goss at his side. "He has a five-year plan to increase the analysts and operatives."
Bush also announced that Goss will be replaced by the Target security guard who caught Claude Allen shoplifting.