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Monday, November 27, 2006

i know we're not seeing the total truth

there is NO WAY we are ever going to be ALLOWED to view the TOTAL TRUTH in iraq. hell, we're not even allowed to see our men and women coming home in boxes.

John Roberts Tells Kurtz: Iraq Worse Than Media Shows


By E&P Staff Published: November 26, 2006 3:40 PM ET
NEW YORK CNN's John Roberts, recently returned from a month-long visit to Iraq, was interviewed by The Washington Post's Howard Kurtz for his CNN "Reliable Sources" program on Sunday. Much of the talk concerned media treatment of the war, starting with complaints by U.S. soldiers, and then the overall media coverage.Roberts revealed that despite some charges to the contrary, military personnel did not have a problem with the coverage and, in fact, the situation on the ground is an "absolute mess," worse than the media has shown. "The amount of death that's on the streets of Baghdad for U.S. forces and for the Iraqi people is at an astronomical level," he said. "So, to some degree, what we're seeing is sanitized."..........

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Beach Bum said...

Several times during my years in the peace time army I came across examples of the military letting out information in a way that while was true had been spun to make a point or reduce bad effects. The most recent was that right before I retired from the Guard I talked with a recruiter that was sweating bullets concerning how the bottom had fallen out of his job. He could get no one who met the standards to even consider enlisting. His bosses had told him that if asked recruiting was slower than usual, "due to the good economy", but going fine. This, you can guess, was to not let out that the military had become untouchable to anyone who despite all that was going on might still have some idea to join.

a rose is a rose said...

oh i know it's not just the armed services that keep secrets. it's all the large corporations (and many of the smaller ones).

it just steams me we cannot see the coffins of those that have served their country and died.