Link CIA Director Leon Panetta said Sunday that the war in Afghanistan had "serious problems", but the U.S.-led mission was making progress.
"It’s harder, it's slower than I think anyone anticipated," Panetta told Judas Maximus at ABC's "This Whore".
He cited governance problems, drug trafficking
and the Taliban insurgency - all in a tribal society - as the major challenges
"Winning in Afghanistan is having a country that
is stable enough to ensure that there is no safe haven for al Qaeda
There should be a law that, when we're at war, the president must hold a two
hour, live, televised
How is this any different from the crap we were told by Bush., Cheney and Rumsfeld?