I grew increasingly furious as I watched the doc, not just because of the content; it infuriated me that it was being presented as if it were new information. We already knew almost all of this; there were a few new documents, although we did know they existed, we just hadn't seen them (I'd even heard the thing about the fuel bases being named after oil companies). It was like Hubris - it was hyped as "groundbreaking" and "new" and it may get awards because it's safe to say now, but it's not new. Even if it had been presented as "confirmation", I would have felt better. It feels like it's building on the back of people who were screaming this at the time and being shouted down.
I finally got a chance to read the Alec Baldwin thing. The guy clearly has issues. But he nailed everyone else at MSNBC pretty clearly - Phil Griffin in particular seems like a really nasty piece of work from everything I've seen.
I dunno. I used to love Rachel, and I still think she does good work covering the states (except New Jersey, which others are doing better, though she was there first). But I'm pretty frustrated with her right now.