Philip Sheldon Tells Jon Stewart That The 9/11 Commission Report Was Beautifully Written

Tuesday February 12, 2008
Jon Stewart hosted New York Times author Philip Shenon on Monday night to discuss his new book, The Commission: An Uncensored history of the 9/11 Commission where he, Shenon, credits Philip Zelicow, 9/11 Commission Director, for the 9/11 Commission Report which he says "is in many ways the most definitive account Of 9/11" and "is easily the most beautifully written government document of our lifetimes, and Zelicow is largely responsible for that fact, but there's alot of things they missed . . . . barf ad nauseam."

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Yeah yeah, we know Philip :

It was all Clintons fault ..
"Listen carefully now : DO NOT DESTROY OIL-WELLS" Dubya

Jon Stewart Punked Out Like Amy Goodman & Bill Moyers

What else is new?

Since Bill Maher hasn't been CD'd again, they must be doing something "bad" to the audience members. You can't prevent it from occurring with "normal" actions (like interviewing the audience members, etc.), so I'm wondering if they are making people sign a piece of paper and/or verbally threatening them with prosecution for "loss of income" or something like that if they disrupt the show, which is a common attack against Civil Disobedience and other protestations.

The only person I still have hope for at this late date is Stephen Colbert, but he's probably more of the same. (and maybe Keith Olbermann)

David Ray Griffin needs to hire a publicist. That would probably help.

The person who sees absolutes and exhibits certitude, where a thoughtful person sees nuanced shades of meaning
and exhibits open-minded objectivity, should be questioned as to agenda and state of mind.


should be Shenon . . . my bad