BBC (If I missed it, cough me, but I don't think I did)
A friend sent me this link as an apparent "ah-ha! I'm right" attempt at the evils of the administration.
Which is sort of irritating. The Pentagon lied? I'm shocked. I'm sure the War Department reported right away how poorly Market Garden went.
This is not a Bush thing, or a Republican thing, or even a Rumsfeld; this is a Pentagon thing. The US Military's number one objective has been, and always will be, to maximize casualties on the opposing side, and minimize casualties on the friendly side, through any means necessary.
Should it be reported? Yes, absolutely. But the idea that this is somehow proof of an administration's hypocrisy is about as naive as the people who are willing to believe anything the Pentagon says.