June 06, 2005
LIKE LINDA FOLEY, Amnesty International is now saying that it isn't really worth paying attention to:
Despite highly publicized charges of U.S. mistreatment of prisoners at Guantanamo, the head of the Amnesty International USA said on Sunday the group doesn't "know for sure" that the military is running a "gulag." . . .
"It would be fascinating to find out. I have no idea," Schulz told "Fox News Sunday."
I wonder what would happen if Donald Rumsfeld should charge Amnesty with being in the pay of Al Qaeda, and then later say that "It would be fascinating to find out. I have no idea."
UPDATE: U.S.S. Neverdock says that it's a case of "fake-but-accurate again," and notes much more from the transcript.
ANOTHER UPDATE: Roundup and comments here.