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You Should Read Bob Woodward With A Grain Of Salt
. . . because of stuff like this regarding Woodward's book Veil, from Hugh Hewitt's interview with Thomas Edsall:
Edsall is a self-professed Democrat who worked with Woodward for 25 years at the Washington Post, and knows of what he speaks. He pulls no punches when talking about his ol' poker buddy Woodward. He gave an amazing, candid interview to Hewitt, that I heartily recommend.
Michael Ledeen also questions Woodward's veracity in regard to the mysterious Bill Casey interview.
Brent Scowcroft, too, says that Woodward is not honest:
Woodward's book, State of Denial, along with the NIE leak, are not proving to be the bombshells the liberals hoped they would be. Once again, overhype just lets the wind out of the sails when the actual content is revealed. In Woodward's case, doubts about his technique and honesty simply undermine his entire thesis.
Posted by Ken McCracken · 4 October 2006 10:03 PM
I'm not sure why this has become so interesting to me as I haven't read Woodward's book. I did hear the interviews with Edsall on Hugh Hewitt.
It's sort of like - the republican pundits can't quite put their finger on what it is about Woodward that bothers them because they can't argue with what he says on an aggregate level. Yet, they can't seem to point out too much to argue with on the granular level either, but they can see that maybe it's in the semantics, or something that is there that doesn't sit well.
Posted by: snowballs at October 5, 2006 10:14 AM
I believe the opposite of whatever michael ledeen believes. long live the islamic republic of Iran!
Posted by: lester at October 5, 2006 05:02 PM
long live the islamic republic of Iran!
You are insane, Lester.
Posted by: Ken McCracken at October 8, 2006 03:23 PM
ionolsen21 I am really impressed!
Posted by: thomson at October 18, 2006 06:17 AM
ionolsen23 I am really impressed!
Posted by: tester at October 20, 2006 02:28 PM
Posted by: pipetka at October 21, 2006 01:28 PM