via MyDD The Bush Administration has become notorious for its use of fake news reporters, paid pundits, and paid messages inserted in television sho
February 18, 2005

via MyDD

The Bush Administration has become notorious for its use of fake news reporters, paid pundits, and paid messages inserted in television shows and movies. In Administration is Warned about its 'News' Videos by Anne Kornblut, the NY Times reports today (2/19/05) on a recent letter released by the Comptroller General of the GAO. One line that stands out from the letter is this one:

... in violation of federal law, failed to disclose the administration's role ... read on

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