They discussed the New York Times recent publishing classified material jeapordizing our national security and the Mass. marriage protection amendment.
You know, I find it inexplicable and inexcusable. You recognize that we are at war, and that publishing the intelligence capabilities and processes and procedures of our intelligence community is something which puts us in a jeopardized position, it puts us in peril, and it's inexcusable.
. . . ultimately, these papers publish these things to gain circulation. And what's sad to me is that people would trade off their positive reputation for being able to get a scoop, to be able to expand their circulation, and trade that off against the interests of our country.
Speaking of his recent press conference to call attention to the Mass legislature's vote on whether to allow a public vote about the definition of marriage he said:
. . . it's interesting to me that my liberal friends are very anxious to protect democracy, unless they think it might go against them.