Hugh Manatee Wins wrote:Front page of Boston Globe was an Elizabeth Warren story.
Good lord---imagine that!!---I mean, what are the chances? Especially considering
she's a Boston-based politician in an ongoing campaign
There can no longer be any question---this proves KWH!
I must now dedicate my life to informing the world, in infinite detail, of this insidious plot.
But, seriously now, first some reflections on the more obvious media bias towards the official lone-nut narrative. I'm pretty alert to the aggravating BS that bubbles up around anniversaries etc. When Oliver Stone's JFK
came out, I was working in a place that sold dozens of different magazines and I checked them all for JFK
coverage. Every single one
lambasted the movie and director entirely
on emotional terms; not a single fact
was countered, disputed or even raised. Nothing. The universal hatred for Stone and his movie was remarkable. I thought to myself, "wow, these editors are not going to allow one word
of positive copy about this movie."
(oh gawd---right now on NPR some author of a book about airports and his fictionalized 9/11 account, "getting inside the head" of Mohamed Atta. They'd hyped the segment earlier by talking about Brian Eno. But back to JFK....)
What's with Stephen King? How can he read a 6-foot stack of books on the assassination and come away with 'Oswald did it' and choosing Case Closed
as the best? Maybe his way-out fiction has, for him, made reality more mundane than it really is. I eagerly await Bill "Shut Up!" Oh'Really's take, but I rather expect to be disappointed.