There was a common joke about FOX "News" contributor William Kristol a few years ago: "Is he ever right?" It's something that would apply to a whole roster of Republican pundits and politicians, and the funny thing is. . .they all seem to appear regularly on FOX. We already know that all the financial experts regularly appearing on CNBC or FOX "Business" were wrong, wrong, wrong all the danged time before the recession hit, and they all still get to keep prognosticating (I'm talking to you, Jim Cramer). But if your bailiwick is news and politics commentary, the place for you to go--even after having been wrong repeatedly--is clearly FOX "News."
Media turn to discredited Bush officials to respond to Obama's Iraq speech
Following President Obama's speech on the end of combat operations in Iraq, media outlets hosted discredited Bush administration officials Karl Rove, Stephen Hadley, and Ari Fleischer to respond, despite the fact that the three were at the forefront of the campaign of misinformation used to sell the war. . .
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