I abandoned reading Mr. Sullivan some time ago, but his attempt to defend Newsweek for its completely unsupported story on the alleged Koran flushing incident (best place to start reading about it is over at Instapundit) is dismissed in brief fashion by NZ Bear in his post The Truth Laid Bear: Fake But Accurate is So 2004. I doubt if Mr. Sullivan understands how wrong-headed his defense is, but I ask you to consider how many things could be written about anyone or anything that are "Fake but plausible" ... I have a few in mind about Mr. Sullivan...
Oh yes, "Newsweek lied, people die" (see my earlier post on the riots in Afghanistan here).
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