NYT's Brooks revealed that "from Day One," the Bush White House "decided our public relations is not going to be honest"

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On the September 11 edition of NBC's syndicated The Chris Matthews Show, New York Times columnist David Brooks revealed that he has learned from private conversations with Bush officials who 'represent' what 'Bush believes' that from its earliest days, the Bush administration adopted a policy of shielding itself from political damage by never publicly admitting any mistake -- even if it meant lying to the media and the American public. WHY DIDN'T BROOKS WRITE ABOUT THIS?

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