The Chicago Tribune has taken a long-overdue look at the Bush-haters' claims that the president lied in order to bolster the case for war against Iraq. Despite the continued Bush Derangement Syndrome evident in most of the MSM, the Tribune decided to at last do a little actual journalism, and has found, in an editorial published today, that Bush DIDN'T lie!
Not to put too fine a point on this, but in light of the Tribune's reporting of this not-exactly-new information, maybe the main purveyor of falsehoods regarding Iraq (that would be the New York Times, for those of you scoring at home), might want to reconsider their relentless (and entirely untruthful) campaign againt the Bush Adminstration. Just asking, mind you. The main job of 'professional journalists' IS to perfrom accurate and impartial reporting, isn't it? And their mantra is that ever error will be corrected. Isn't it?