Friday, March 31, 2006


The Selective Nature of Memory in Politics

I'm tired so I'm going to try to remember to whip this into shape later.

Elaine Supkis has a story on the gene for forgetting here:

And Kevin Drum has a story asking why the media seem to be ignoring the prewar memo which proves Bush was lieing for six weeks in the lead up to war. Kevin thinks it has something to do with the media being jaded. My first thought is that the media usually will go at least three sides around robin hood's barn to avoid pointing out that Bush is a liar, but it occurs to me there may be a connection between the two stories.herehere

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