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Topic - Bond
If Bond, James Bond, were a real person and not simply a fictional character in 14 novels and on Hollywood movie screens, he'd not only be considered a drunk — but also a sexually dysfunctional, liver-damaged, car-crashing, dead man walking.
As result of the staff's initial report, I proposed, and then-Vice Chairman Bond agreed, and the committee overwhelmingly approved, that the committee conduct an expansive and full review of CIA's detention and interrogation program.
Or, 'Oh, we don't like it, so we've got to take it down,' " Mr. Bond said. "We can't do that with art because people always love and hate the same piece of art. So it's a slippery slope."