I Found Six

If anyone is looking for an especially irresponsible editorial on the latest attempt to smear President Bush, today’s Boston Globe has a great example.

The editorial reminds me of the picture game for kids in which children are told to find as many of a particular object, say, triangles, in a picture. In this case, we’d count errors. I found six reading the story twice, which was as often as I could stand to read it.

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