If the Rev. Franklin Graham's defense of his father's anti-Semitic remarks were correctly reported, the son has apparently inherited his once-esteemed father's foot-in-mouth disease ("Billy Graham Remarks Misconstrued, Son Says," April 4). As if getting caught in the act of Jew-bashing wasn't bad enough, now Franklin tells us the following:
Billy wasn't talking about all Jews, just those nasty, nefarious ones who controlled the media (obviously to the detriment of the Christian majority). I'll bet some of his best friends are Jewish too.