Day of Shame Links #2
If you look around YouTube, you'll find that the MSM's Powell/U.N. postmortems are all about rehabilitating the general's reputation.
So, it's left to the blogosphere, and great work like Jonathan Schwarz's, to painstakingly detail the shameful lies.
According to blogger Montag, there was a precedent for Powell's presentation, a long time ago. In a galaxy far, far away.
And if you like things a little more outré, Lambert blurbs MJS's "Bad Magician" series thusly:
The hour may produce the man, but our times produced The Bad Magician, who defines deviancy upward from the lizard backbrain of his own Id to the hallucinatory, phantasmagoric irreality of today's prehensile discourse. The Bad Magician's creator, Corrente writer MJS, combines the semiotic trickeration of Umberto Eco with the gonzo journalism of Hunter Thompson. I laughed, I cried, I put my head in a bucket of water. Three thumbs up!