September 11, 2003

The Guardian's 9/11 Anniversary The

The Guardian's 9/11 Anniversary

The Guardian goes into overdrive about the increasingly prevalent theme of the "other" 9/11 (likely popularized by a recent movie).

As for the 2001 9/11--their leader piece blatantly showcases the significant biases of editorialists at the Guardian--while grossly downplaying U.S. successes against al-Qaeda to date.

The concluding graf:

"Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz and Condoleezza Rice, whose judgments have repeatedly proved unsound, should be dismissed. And if matters have not greatly improved by this day next year, Mr Bush should decline to seek a second term. As a more eminent republican, Cicero, might have told this discredited, distrusted crew: "Among us you can dwell no longer."

Posted by Gregory at September 11, 2003 09:20 AM
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