November 1, 2007

GEE, THAT’S A TOUGH ONE: “Is the WaPo ‘running a story based off of selective quotations and gross mischaracterizations from a handful of memos?'”

UPDATE: From the comments: “Let me see if I have this straight, we can get the memos of a defense secretary in a time of war before the administration he worked for is even out of office, but we cannot get the memos of the first lady 7 years after her administration is over?”

ANOTHER UPDATE: Related thoughts:

Why is it that news sites refuse to publish the documents upon which they report? I mean, even Glenn Greenwald produced the emails he was mischaracterizing. Why can’t The Washington Post do the same with the infamous “snowflake memos” it has managed to obtain?

Because then people could make up their own minds.

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