Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2008 14:12CDT
From: "Arnold Nelson"
To: "WSJ Letters" S
Subject: Is a single example of an "unsubstantiated charge" too much to ask?
Chicago, Wednesday PM, August 20, 2008
Editors, Wall Street Journal
In the Wednesday, August 20 Notable and Quotable, Peter Wehner, writing about Jerome Corsi's recent Obama biography, says "it's wrong and reckless to throw out unsubstantiated charges and smears against Senator Obama."
This WSJ feature is certainly limited in length. This one is 160 words, but a recent one is 280 words. Wouldn't 120 additional words be plenty for Mr. Wehner to give just one example of an actual "unsubstantiated charge" or "smear". I haven't read Mr. Corsi's book, but I understand it is heavily sourced. It should be easy for Mr. Wehner to demonstrate such a sweeping statement, for the sake of his own credibility.
Arnold H. Nelson 5056 North Marine Drive Chicago IL 60640
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