Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Downing Street Memo Ignored in US

I don't often link to FOX News, not least because the site is really ugly and garish, but this report on the Downing Street Memo is a good one. Some key quotes:

Conyers says the mainstream media have ignored the story and let President Bush off the hook. He noted that liberal blogs and alternative media have been keeping the story alive.

This is fast becoming a useful Democratic trick - mention blogs and we all link to you. It works on me, apparently...

White House spokesman Scott McClellan has said there is "no need" to respond to the memos, the authenticity of which has not been denied.

Dante Zappala does not agree. For Zappala, the Downing Street Memo strikes a critical and personal chord. His brother, Sgt. Sherwood Baker, 30, a soldier in the Pennsylvania National Guard, was killed in Baghdad 13 months ago on what Zappala said was a mission to find weapons there.

Ouch. Did Bush forget to send Murdoch a Memorial Day card or something?


PhD9 said...


We've been sweeping this story under the rug. There...we said it. So now it's not true anymore!

Anonymous said...

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