A Real Must-Read Today!

Frank Rich in the NY Times just says it all today!

But this administration no longer cooks the books merely on fiscal matters. Disinformation has become ubiquitous, even in the government’s allegedly empirical scientific data on public health. The annual federal report on air pollution trends published this month simply eliminated its usual (and no doubt troubling) section on global warming, much as accountants at Andersen might have cleaned up a balance sheet by hiding an unprofitable division. At the Department of Health and Human Services, The Washington Post reported last week, expert committees are being “retired” before they can present data that might contradict the president’s views on medical matters — much as naysaying Wall Street analysts were sidelined in favor of boosters who could be counted on to flog dogs like WorldCom or Pets.com right until they imploded.

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