Thursday, May 15, 2008

Misremembering

One of the Iraq War architects, Douglas Feith, was on the Daily Show Tuesday night trying to sell a few copies of War and Decision, which seems to be a huge attempt at self-deception on Feith's part, a weird sort of reverse mea culpa. According to Feith...

When people read this book, I think people will be surprised to be reminded of what was actually said. I think a lot of people’s perceptions of what was said are filtered through the recent history. … I think they misremember a lot.
Even after two segments, some of the interview ended up on the cutting room floor. Here's "Douglas Feith Uncut Pt. 1"...



Pt. Deux is here.

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