Friday, June 10, 2005

The tapes are real, but you'd never know it...

Germant Grewal's tapes aren't fakes. But you'd never know it from Canada's MSM.
As I write this, shortly after 9 p.m. EDT, there's no sign of this report on the Red Star; no report on Canoe. The reports were from CBC British Columbia (at Captain's Quarters) and Nealenews (at Angry in the Great White North).
In fact, my old friends Just Thinkin' and Fubar at Crittermusings had this release up about 24 hours ago.
But you won't find it in the MSM, web version. (I haven't been able to check the Chained and Nailed to the Libranos; it crashes the computer on which I'm now working.)
Nor will you find what Walking Eagle posted as a comment on Angry: "The MSM is calling Randy Dash, "the Tories' audio expert". He is not the Tories' audio expert, he is/was the Liberals' audio expert. According to Minister Valeri in Question Period 6 June he (Dash) claimed the tapes were altered. Now The CPC lets him analyse the originals and he says they are clean. How will the Libs explain that in the next QP?"
Who you gonna believe: someone who listened to copies or someone who listened to originals?
If you're a moonbat, you don't have to answer that question.
Grewal didn't fake the tapes. Dosanjh and Murphy did what they did. The credibility gap widens. (No wiseacre remarks about how that can't be done.)
And will the ghost of Ron Zeigler descend upon Ottawa?
For those of you too young to remember, the late Ron Zeigler was Richard Nixon's press secretary, the man who came up with the line "Those statements are now inoperative."