Jeff Greenfield, CNN Senior Analyst, was on "Imus In The Morning" today. He started off his commentary about the Bush press conference with a sentence including the phrase "Bush's decision to declare war in Vietnam."
After that comment, on what basis does anything else he says have any credibility?
It's a slip of the tongue -- what's the problem? Except that it's exactly the slip of the tongue that conservatives suggest is the slip of mind that the MSM has been making for years. Shouldn't an intelligent person, cognizant of the Awesome Burden the press takes on Informing The American People, and Asking The Hard Questions, and Holding The President Accountable, be alert to possible bias in his speech, and what it reveals about his thought?