You can't make this stuff up. Check out this Washington Post story about criticism of Obama's choice of Leon Panetta as CIA director:

Although several top CIA officials who have interacted with Obama since the election expressed admiration for his grasp of the issues, the transition process has clearly left a bad taste. One senior official said that "the process was completely opaque" and that the agency was neither consulted nor informed. The official was among several who discussed the subject on the condition of anonymity.

Yes, officials from the most secretive agency in government are complaining about the "opaqueness" of the process. That's like the arsonist who lectured kids about fire safety.

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