Thursday, May 26, 2005

Galloway Goes into the Memory Hole

It is interesting note to that George Galloway’s performance last week before the Senate Permanent Subcommittee On Investigations (a division of Homeland Security) has fallen off their radar screen. Seems that while they post most interviews and interviewees’ names on their Website, Galloway’s superb performance is now non-history, and a search at the Senate Website reveals “no listing.” Must not have happened, at least according to Norm Coleman.

It is just absolutely amazing to me that these people seem to think that if they don't record it, it didn't happen. How they can be so blind as to ignore the fact that most of the planet was aware of Galloway's appearance and comments (it made headlines all around the world) is just a wonder to me. Of course, the American media, Charlie Rose and PBS' NewsHour excepted, made a point of ignoring the feisty British MP, following the corporate line.

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