President Obama's director of national intelligence said Thursday he will step down on May 28. His decision comes just days after a Senate panel released a scathing report outlining critical lapses that allowed an alleged bomber to board a Detroit-bound flight on Christmas Day last year.http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2010-05-20-Blair_N.htm
On the one hand, he was a pretty poor intelligence chief.
On the other hand, he must be a pretty good person, because he did the right thing.
Let's hope more people in Washington start resigning after they botch their jobs.
For example, how about the cabinet officer responsible for inspecting off shore oil wells . . .