Skip to comments.AP Reporter in 'Clinton Booed' Flap Stands by Claim
Posted on 09/13/2004 6:15:56 AM PDT by ConservativeMajority
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So Dan Rather is moonlighting with the AP.
> The problem is that people don't want to put in the
> kind of time it takes to homeschool their children.
No kidding about the time. As I'm finding out. My wife stayed at home for 10 years so I figured I'd take a turn at it -- boy did I have it easy when I went to an office and sat at a computer or in meetings all day. Homeschooling three boys and dealing with all the activities and taking care of the home... boy did I ever step into it deep.
Perhaps Lindlaw was busy typing out the ANG memo on his laptap
and was not listening closely as the President expressed his hopes for X42's recovery . . .
Yeah Right! About as accurate as Rather.
He can always defend himself by saying he heard a few scattered boos that weren't picke up by the audio tape.
HOWEVER, if there weren't enough boos to be picked up on tape, how can he write that the President did nothing to stop them. After all, you can't stop what you don't hear.
Bogus story by lying dRat.
Tom Hays had his name on the original "the crowd booed" story. And Hays did nothing to deny that he was the source of the quote when he was asked by hundreds of people, by email and phone, how he explained the falsehood in the story with his byline on it, nor did he reveal who the AP source actually was.
He can rot in hell as far as I'm concerned, he's as much part of the problem as the original liar.
The first story had no byline. The original "the crowd bood" story, dateline West Allis, Wisconsin, had no byline. The original articl did not have Tom Hays' name on the byline, it had no name on the byline.
Hays incorporated that story into an agglomeration that had his name on the byline. Blame who you want. I'm just reciting facts.