Blog Feed

Sunday, June 12, 2005 

Gailey: "The American People Have Been Had"

Philip Gailey, Editor of Editorials at the St.Petersburg Times, has a scathing editorial about the DSM entitled "The American People Have Been Had":

Bush may not realize it, but Amnesty International may have done him a big favor. The controversy the human rights group ignited over the treatment of Muslim detainees at the U.S. prison camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has deflected the attention of journalists and war critics from an even more disturbing story - how all the president's talk about going to war as a last resort was just a ruse.

Seven months before the "shock and awe" bombing began in Baghdad, the Bush administration was bending intelligence to suit its purpose, which was to go to war come hell or high water.


Read the rest of the editorial here
.

 posted by Georgia  # 9:05 AM  
Comments: Post a Comment

<< Home

Archives (open in new window)

June 2005 | July 2005 | August 2005 | September 2005 | November 2005 | December 2005 | February 2006 | March 2006 | April 2006 | May 2006 | June 2006 |

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?  Go here for full-screen view of the Blog