I guess I wouldn’t make a very good tattoo detective as I can’t definitively pin down what Jaime’s tattoo means. That said if you look at the option 1 kanji for the name Jamie at this link, you’ll notice that the second and third character are similar to Jaimes tattoo. It’s possible that her tattoo is pure Chinese, accombination of her name in kanji with a symbol that means beauty for example (the greenish element background), or a mix of traditional kanji and some creative interpretation by the tattoo artist. If you would like to know more about kanji and the history of mingling of Chinese and Japanese symbols there’s more at Answers.
update 07-08-06: I found out that Jaime’s tattoo stands for “healthy, strong, brave”.
“There was never a serious debate that I know of within the administration about the imminence of the Iraqi threat,” Tenet writes in a devastating judgment that is likely to be debated for many years. Nor, he adds, “was there ever a significant discussion” about the possibility of containing Iraq without an invasion.
Tenet admits that he made his famous “slam dunk” remark about the evidence that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. But he argues that the quote was taken out of context and that it had little impact on President Bush’s decision to go to war. He also makes clear his bitter view that the administration made him a scapegoat for the Iraq war.
…. As violence in Iraq spiraled beginning in late 2003, Tenet writes, “rather than acknowledge responsibility, the administration’s message was: Don’t blame us. George Tenet and the CIA got us into this mess.”