February 9, 2005
More on EasongateTopics: National News
From American Thinker comes this opinion:
A reasonable explanation for the media's wall of silence on Easongate. I hope the author is wrong that it will continue, but he's offered as good an explanation as I can find for the media blackout of the story.
But I disagree with American Thinker's view, and find more accordance with American Thinker's reader, IR, on the Easongate matter:
"There's a showdown coming up. The video will pop up. A transcript will become available. The blogs will make it available to the press, and they will report it. The secondary (i.e. columnists, talking heads, and OpEd'rs) will tear Jordan apart, because once the documentation is out there, the concern will be market share, not concubines. Then it will be contingent upon Jordan to lessen the blow. The only way to do so is to, either, prove his story (which the military will not take too kindly), or discredit the blogs. CNN v. Blogs is going to make CBS v. Blogs look like a Saturday afternoon tea party at the Café Fleuri."
Hat tip - American Thinker
Posted by Hyscience at February 9, 2005 8:12 PM
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