Mitt Romney joins Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein when it comes to pointing the finger at an obvious possible source for the White House security leaks: White House personnel.
"I think the White House has to understand that some of this is coming from their [own] ranks" Feinstein said on Monday.
Romney agrees and plans to say as much publicly on Tuesday afternoon, when the presidential hopeful speaks to Veterans of Foreign Wars. And he isn't going to dilly dally with dainty language either or tip toe around the topic, according to Fox News.
The election 2012 candidate is going to insist that the leaker of highly sensitive national security information be exposed to the taxpaying public rather than be allowed to hide behind White House curtains.
He also is calling for the guilty party's dismissal and demanding that a punishment be exacted. As he should, and as every American should, actually; no one should be able to disclose security information about America.
That's doubly true for anyone that works in the governmentÂ—and most importantly those who work in the White House, where a top Democrat as well as Mitt Romney thinks someone may have loose lips at the highest level of government.