February 06, 2004

Spin City

"So unbalanced did Hutton's report appear, that it ensured the debate will continue. Indeed, Hutton's approach may serve, ironically, to be against the government's interest. The day after the report was published, a letter appeared in the Guardian. 'As any inept DIY bodger could tell you, whitewash applied carefully and thinly will last years', said the writer. 'Too thick and it will flake off in no time'." [emphasis added]

The Guardian's security editor, Richard Norton-Taylor, writing in the Guardian.

In Norton-Taylor's topsy-turvy Alice-in-Wonderland world, the Hutton inquiry was bad for Blair.

These guys make Alistair Campbell and Paul Begala look like rookie spinmeisters....

Posted by Gregory at February 6, 2004 01:40 PM
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