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5:23 PM, Mar 21, 2005 • By JONATHAN V. LAST
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In her article Provocative Snapshots of a Many-Layered Issue in today's New York Times, Virginia Heffernan writes:
William Kristol, the founder of The Weekly Standard, ventured to assert with conviction on Fox News, "She can recover substantially if she gets the proper rehabilitation."
Heffernan is incorrect on two counts. First, the statement on Fox News Sunday was made by Fred Barnes, not William Kristol. Second, Barnes was not, as Heffernan suggests, offering his own judgment. Here is what Barnes said:
And thirdly, Majority Leader Bill Frist did do one thing that was important. He talked to one of the neurologists who has examined her who says she can recover substantially if she gets the proper rehabilitation.
--Jonathan V. Last
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