G-Span Finds a New Gig
It’s been far too long since our beloved former President Graham Spanier has been in the news. That changed yesterday when the Harrisburg-Patriot News reported that Spanier would be working on national security projects for the federal government.
In an e-mail to the Patriot News, Spanier said:
“For the next several months, as I transition to my post-presidential plans, I will be working on a special project for the U.S. government relating national security. This builds on my prior positions working with federal agencies to foster improved cooperation between our nation’s national security agencies and other entities.”
What G-Span will be working on is anyone’s guess, but how could you not trust someone who looks like this to help shape our country’s national security policy?
Fine, I admit it, maybe I miss this. Just a little bit…
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