LETTER-RFK's wrong on 2004 election

In his June 15 movie review: "Libre it alone: Nacho's no Napoleon,"  Steve Warren's comparison of wrestling to elections reveals a deep ignorance about the dynamics of the 2004 election when he says, "Even though wrestling is as phony as a U.S. presidential election (and if you haven't read Robert Kennedy Jr's Rolling Stone article on the 2004 election, you should be reading that instead of this)".  

Although they all find fault, Salon

(salon.com/news/feature/2006/06/03/kennedy/index.html), Mother Jones

(motherjones.com/arts/books/2005/11/recounting_ohio-3.html), and NPR

(npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5422642) all debunk the

Ohio myth. RFK Jr. has a long history of making claims that turn out not to be

true, and people believe him solely because of who his father was.

Michael Baer
Belmont, CA