The gang that couldn’t shoot straight

· Geopolitics

They blew it with the mobile phone monitoring of Osama, they outed Plame, and now they’ve burned a turned al Qaeda mole (double agent) for short-term political damage control:

Read between the lines, and CNN is suggesting that the outing of Khan has led to greater caution in al-Qaeda and similar groups about using electronic communications, which may make it more difficult to monitor them.

Someone remind me where Bush’s remaining advantage over Kerry (prosecution of the war on terror) derives from? Photo ops?