Call me jaded, but the list of Mitt Romney’s intelligence advisers just seems, well, blah. Michael Chertoff, the former Homeland Security secretary, and ex-CIA director Michael Hayden are the two men the Republican presidential hopeful has named as co-chairmen of his “counterterrorism and intelligence” brain trust. Each man brings a wealth of experience—and recent at that—but the picks are just so predictable. The other names of “special advisers” are all familiar too.
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