In a NY Times write-up of Jerome Corsi's false "Obama Nation", they wait until the 14th paragraph to note this
Several of the book’s accusations, in fact, are unsubstantiated, misleading or inaccurate.
It's like writing up the Lincoln assassination with a review of the play being the focus of the article.
To it's credit the article does note how the right wing book machine pummels its way to the top of the bestseller lists.
Nonetheless, it is to make its first appearance on The New York Times best-seller list for nonfiction hardcovers this Sunday — at No. 1.
The book is being pushed along by a large volume of bulk sales, intense voter interest in Mr. Obama and a broad marketing campaign that has already included 100 author interviews with talk radio hosts across the country, like Sean Hannity and G. Gordon Liddy, Mr. Corsi said on Tuesday.
There's also this awesome bit:
“The goal is to defeat Obama,” Mr. Corsi said in a telephone interview. “I don’t want Obama to be in office.”
Ms. Matalin said in an interview that the book “was not designed to be, and does not set out to be, a political book,” calling it, rather, “a piece of scholarship, and a good one at that.” She said she was unaware of efforts to link it to any anti-Obama advertising.
Ah, smear merchants... keep your lies straight!