Again and again, he asks these questions of different interview subjects.
US Army Captain John Lewis (U.S. Marine veteran of the Iraqi conflict who lost an eye), Retired Colonel Jack Jacobs, and Time Magazine correspondent T. Bryan all rebut Buchanan, stating that the alternative of suppressing stories like this is unconscionable. Buchanan takes a commercial break and asks the same leading questions again, substituting "Abu Ghraib photos" for the mosque shooting. "Shouldn't distribution of these photos be prevented?"
He is rebutted again by all of them, as well as by G. Gordon Liddy. I feel a bit less nauseous. Buchanan rambles on to question Condoleeza Rice's qualifications to be Secretary of State (go figure). "If she was a fat white guy like me, she wouldn't get the job. You cannot have this level of mismanagement and failure to lay out a strategic vision," says Larry Johnson, former Deputy Director of the State Department.
One of the regular Gilmore Girls characters confessed to being a reader of Philip K. Dick novels, two weeks ago. Norman Mailer was a guest star the week before that. I'm going down dial.