Originally Posted by §PideŽ
What are you talking about ?
I cant find Kransh name on there anywhere ?
Open your eyes, Spider!
First look at the JPG. Look below the title and you'll see Kranish's name on the book cover. It's right there, plain as day. That's also what you'll get on the first link. On the second link, which is cached from the publisher's website and has since been changed, you'll see the NEW book cover (the official Kerry campaign bio) with Kranish listed as the author.
The third link shows the publisher's website as it is now. And the last shows Amazon's current listing. They do not mention Kranish because the Kerry campaign doesn't want you to know that Kranish has connections to the Kerry campaign while Kranish is out attacking the Swift Boat Vets as an allegedly unbiased journalist.
But the key is that ALL FOUR book listings have the identical ISBN number - meaning they are all the same book. This proves the Kerry campaign is trying to cover up their connection to Kranish while he is out trying to smear the Swift Boat Vets because that would cause some to question whether the journalist is being ethical.
And when the truth is caught and forwarded to Matt Drudge, the Globe lies about the Kerry-Kranish connection and chides Drudge for not getting it right.
Drudge sometimes gets the story wrong or publishes it without enough fact-checking but NOT THIS TIME. He's absolutely right. The proof is right there. And yet some would rather believe the Globe when it lies about its reporter instead of Drudge when he comes out with the truth.
Now ask yourself WHY the Boston Globe (owned by the New York Times who has had two writers fired in disgrace for lying in the past 18 months) would lie to cover up their reporter's connection to the Kerry campaign. WHY not just admit the relationship? Is it because they have further hit pieces in the works and don't want to be seen as "in bed" with the Kerry campaign?
If you can't see the connection, I don't know what to say. The proof is right before your eyes if you have the courage to believe it.