Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Darfur, Iranian nukes, massive subversion of western democracies

Forget about those things in the title of this post. They are mere trivia. The worlds media have much larger fish to fry.

'The White House was at the centre of another late-disclosure controversy yesterday after complaints that it had failed to announce that the First Lady, Laura Bush, had a skin cancer tumour removed from her right shin more than five weeks ago.
The affair only came to light when Mrs Bush was noticed with a bandage below her right knee, and a spokesman confirmed on Monday evening that she had the excision. The cancer in question was a squamous cell carcinoma, the second most common form of skin cancer, the First Lady's press secretary said yesterday. The tumour was the size of a small coin.
Tony Snow, the President's spokesman, played down the incident , telling reporters that Mrs Bush was not an elected official, but "perhaps if there's something more major, this would be discussed".'

This is on a par with Watergate, obviously. Any fool with a press pass and Pulitzer could tell you that...

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