Whilst reading a piece on Charles 'Eage-Eye' Johnson's valiant actions during the slightlymoresmokegate incident, I came accross this.
It's OK if bloggers make errors, says Richard North, a blogger in the United Kingdom who follows Johnson's work. As he wrote last weekend, "if being wrong gets one closer to the truth - as it does - then it is worth putting up half-formed speculation and letting the debate rage."Isn't that a doozy! The man who started the whole 'Qana was staged' fiasco is saying that it's ok to 'lie' (and ladies and gentlemen that's what half-formed speculation and 'gut instinct' without evidence is) as long as it gets the debate moving!