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October 04, 2006


I often agree with Somerby about stuff like this, but I'd say it's fair game to cite a long-time associate's "read" of the "tells" on Bush's face at a time like this. Woodward wasn't reporting mind-reading, he was reporting face-reading. Somerby is right to be cautious, but I'll have to read more of what he says to see how he backs up lack of confidence in Woodward's ability to accurately record and report an interview.

Let me see if I have this straight: In a post designed to caution against mind-reading, we get this bit of, er, mind reading:

By the way, many Bush insiders are now saying the things the mainstream press wants to hear, hoping to curry favor with the press for their future career interests.

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