AMERICAblog: Is the post shilling for Iran war with Bush bull?
AMERICAblog: John shows how the editorial board for the Post uses a proven falsehood to encourage war with Iran: "At this point, the errors are so massive and so ongoing that this is no longer just sloppy journalism.
The Washington Post editorial board is intentionally shilling for the Bush administration in an effort to provoke war with Iran. It's what the Post did to help get us into the Iraq war, and now they're doing it again. What other possible excuse is there for the Post editorial board printing informtion they know to be false?
Here's what the Post claimed in today's editorial:
In Iraq -- where American soldiers are dying from Iranian-supplied roadside bombs...
Powerful sentence. Only problem? It's not true.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told us this week that there is no evidence that Tehran is behind the road-side bombs in Iraq. None. Zero. Now sure, Bush and Rumsfeld claimed it was true earlier this week. But anyone who actually follows the news knows that the chairman was asked about this the day after and said he'd seen no proof whatsoever to back up the charge.
But now, a few days later, the Washington Post puts the charge out there as not only alleged by the president (wrongfully), but as absolute unrebuttable fact.