The Raw Story | ABC: Homeland Inspector General says he was pressured to 'tone down' criticism of Bush before election
The former inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security says he was pressured to tone down criticism of security failures in the months before the 2004 Presidential election, ABC NEWS is reporting.
He will be painted as a disgruntled former employee, just as Richard Clarke and Paul O'Neil were, but the consistency of the message is so overwhelming it just has
to be sinking in with the great unwashed. That, combined with the disaster that was the katrina response makes this story even more credible.