This is going two directions:<br><br>1.) They documents are 100% forgeries, and the information contained within is a dreamt-up partisan fantasy. Source: The DNC, The Kerry Campaign, or the Texas Democratic Party. <br><br>2.) The documents are forgeries, but they were retyped from very difficult to read originals. Source: Colonel Killian's personal files. <br><br>CBS is stalling to buy time, we'll soon know for what....<br><br>
Whichever the case may be, scenario one or two, I will say that I don't think Dan Rather purposefully and willfully used forged documents. I really believe he thought they were solid enough to go on. Where I think Rather is blowing it is here:<br><br>a). Not revealing the source of the documents<br>b). If he can't reveal his source, at least give us some idea who that person's credibility.<br><br>Now I learn that Rather is taking the stance that even though the documents "might" be false, the premise of the actual story is solid (Bush, Guard, yadda, yadda). <br><br>What Rather is refusing to see is that HE has become the story. CBS's credibility has become the story. <br><br>****************<br><br>[color:blue]VOTE</font color=blue>[color:red] for President George W. Bush on November 2, 2004</font color=red>
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