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While McNamara has agreed that it’s not ideal for police officers to respond to homeless needs in the community, he said the city is “somewhat stuck” until there’s a comprehensive system in place to assist people suffering from mental health illness.Morning Report: Advocates Flag Concerns With Police Oversight Measure|Voice of San Diego|June 24, 2021|Voice of San Diego
McNamara was anathema to a great many in Washington’s political and journalism circles.
In an editorial, The New York Times said, in effect, McNamara should never be forgiven and should never have a restful night’s sleep.
As a reporter, I had covered the war for The Washington Post and knew McNamara slightly.
This was before the advent of social media, but the uproar could have made McNamara regret his decision to write the book.
The F-111 is,” Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara declared, “a truly enormous advance in the art of military aircraft.
One very big difference between [McNamara and Rumsfeld] is that McNamara says the war was a mistake; it was wrong.
A lot of people are going to go into this film thinking, Errol is going to break Rumsfeld the same way he broke McNamara.
McNamara said investigators determined Nodianos was not present when the alleged assault occurred.
“There were people trying to find his class schedule at OSU, trying to access him there,” McNamara said.
McNamara himself stood up to greet them when they entered, the guard and the convict.
Vaguely amused, yet without scorn, McNamara and Forest got up to shake his hand.
"It is hard to realize that your office would become so rotten and degraded," one critic wrote McNamara.
It was also considered by McNamara, who then passed it to the other services, calling on them to develop similar programs.
McNamara, however, "readily agreed" with his housing experts that a letter on nondiscrimination in family housing was necessary.