I'll let Darrell Issa choose which definition--either a deliberate saboteur or a reckless buffoon--fits him better. From Foreign Policy's "The Cable":
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) compromised the identities of several Libyans working with the U.S. government and placed their lives in danger when he released reams of State Department communications Friday....
Issa didn't bother to redact the names of Libyan civilians and local leaders mentioned in the cables, and just as with the WikiLeaks dump of State Department cables last year, the administration says that Issa has done damage to U.S. efforts to work with those Libyans and exposed them to physical danger from the very groups that had an interest in attacking the U.S. consulate.
Mitt Romney should answer for his political allies on the Hill. Why is Romney endangering freedom-loving Libyans? Why does he not denounce deliberate saboteurs? Would he suffer the influence of reckless buffoons in his own administration?
And when did the Republican Party begin defending the likes of Julian Assange? What next, Mitt? Flowers in your hair and daisies in gun barrels?