Tuesday, August 26, 2003

Once-proud 60 Minutes franchise stoops to aWol reruns 

From the NY Post's Entertainment section (they got that right):

On Sept. 10, CBS' "60 Minutes II" is planning to re-air last year's exclusive interview with President George W. Bush in which the president talked about what was going on behind the scenes at the White House the day terrorists hijacked four jet airliners and killed 3,000 people.

Right. "Behind the scenes." As if Unka Karl would show us anything except PR drivel—on the day when aWol was reading stories about goats and flying hither and yon trying to find a bunker and figure out whether to tell us anything. Where's that George W. omorashi site I keep hearing about, anyhow?

ABC, meanwhile, looks like it's actually going to do some reporting, instead of an "encore presentation":

Among the questions ABC News hopes to answer are:

  • Has the U.S.-led global war on terrorism done real damage to al Qaeda?

  • After a two-year search, why hasn't Osama bin Laden, the world's most notorious terrorist, been caught?

  • Two years later, are members of al Qaeda still living among us? What makes them pledge allegiance to America's enemies?

  • $20 billion has been spent to prevent and respond to possible terrorist attacks. Is some of that money is being wasted?

Reportage... We can dream, anyway...

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