Saturday, July 29, 2006

 

The Exact Polar Opposite

Racing to the bottom against this Vanity Fair laugher, Rolling Stone's James Bamford regurgitates time-tested neo-con conspiracy theories with a sophomoric trasher aimed at Dr. Michael Ledeen, whom Bamford contends is using his gargantuan clout with the Bush administration to singlehandedly initiate a war against Iran. But the idiocy doesn't stop there. Bamford's tale (this isn't reporting) is the usual shambles: one of his more serendipitous revelations has Saddam hiding in Iran in 2001, amongst his mortal enemies, some two years before the coalition invaded Iraq.

Yeah, I know.

So, as Andrew C. McCarthy describes, James Bamford and Rolling Stone join the ranks of Jason Leopold and all the other idiots who are actually willing to sacrifice their careers and reputations in service to spreading hatred of President Bush.

The anti-Bush press is becoming ever more delusional in its attacks on the right. So often, as Christopher Hitchens mused recently about their reporting of nearly everything Joe Wilson has said in the last three years, the truth is the exact polar opposite of what they say.

Ed Morrissey has more here and here at Captain's Quarters.

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