Living the Motto?
The FBI Motto: Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity
Her fidelity I can’t speak to . . . whatever bravery she had when she blew the whistle on stupid-headquarters-tricks has long past . . . and as far as integrity, well, read on (from Captain’s Quarters):
[…] former FBI agent and whistleblower Coleen Rowley […] has descended far into the fever swamp during her brief yet notorious campaign to unseat [MN Congressman] Mr. Kline. W[…] she decided to depict the Marine Corps veteran as a Nazi
There was a time when she was worth listening to. She was someone who risked her career and reputation (see Edmonds, Tice, Shaffer, etc.) to speak out about terrible mistakes that were being made; mistakes that would ultimately cost thousands of lives. What a shame that she’s now willing to use the imagery of people who took millions of lives to win political points.
If the goal of the Rowley campaign was to get into office and try to overhaul the system, well, let me introduce you to a guy I like to call “failure.”
Not to get all political . . .