You could be right ...Seymour Hersh, has published a large number of credible investgations over many years and I trust his writing more then most. Usually his sources in Mil and Intel are excellent. I doubt he has an agenda to politically slam Bush..
So in my mind either this story has some inkling of truth or he was setup royal....
posted on 05/17/2004 12:06:37 PM PDT
(trust no one)
I believe you and I have different spins on the term "set up"..
posted on 05/17/2004 12:10:47 PM PDT
(Ann Coulter needs to have children ASAP to propagate her genes.....any volunteers?)
You could be right ...Seymour Hersh, has published a large number of credible investgations over many years
You mean "incredible", do you not?
posted on 05/17/2004 12:22:35 PM PDT
(Hersh's) methods came under severe criticism following the publication of his 1997 bestseller The Dark Side of Camelot and its negative portrayal of John F. Kennedy. While conducting his research, Hersh came across what looked like his biggest scoop since My Lai: a cache of unknown JFK documents offering apparent proof of an affair with Marilyn Monroe, among dozens of other tantalizing factoids. Hersh gained access to them through Lawrence X. Cusack, a man who claimed his father was a lawyer for Kennedy. The papers eventually were shown to be forgeries-Cusack is now in prison-but Hersh refused for months to disbelieve them, coming up with desperate rationalizations for skeptics who wondered why documents containing ZIP codes were dated before ZIP codes even existed.
Here is an example of Hersh's so-called credibility.
In other words, he has none.
Check out National Review's recent article which documents the blatant lies and crap Hersh has printed over the years.
posted on 05/17/2004 12:32:31 PM PDT
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