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Cockburn and Hitchens: Two Burnt-Out Cases

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  • Sean McBride
    Cockburn and Hitchens: Two Burnt-Out Cases Alexander Cockburn and Christopher Hitchens were two of the most illuminating and engaging polemical minds on the
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 2, 2006
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      Cockburn and Hitchens: Two Burnt-Out Cases
       
      Alexander Cockburn and Christopher Hitchens were two of the most illuminating and engaging polemical minds on the planet in the eighties and nineties.
       
      Hitchens is now a slobbering drunk whose rabid, incoherent rants are indistinguishable from those of David Horowitz and Ann Coulter.  He out-neoconed the neocons in clamoring for an American invasion of Iraq which anyone with the slightest understanding of Mideast politics knew would end in a disaster for everyone concerned.  He has become a legitimate object of derision and pity.
       
      Cockburn has now embarked upon a crusade to help perpetuate the 9/11 cover-up -- his haughty sneers directed at his betters -- David Ray Griffin, Webster Tarpley, Peter Dale Scott and other intrepid truthseekers -- fail to address any of the substantive evidence concerning 9/11.
       
      So what happened to Cockburn and Hitchens?
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