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Posted on 09/17/2004 6:25:26 PM PDT by swilhelm73
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great overview ping...
I didn't realize FreeRepublic.com was a 'blogging' site....hmmmmmm.... ;)
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I didn't read any further, lest I go mad.
The best summary of the Rathergate story I've seen so far.
Don't deprive yourself.
Read it. It's positive.
Congratulations to both of you. You've got to read this one.
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Read it. It's a wonderful article. Great time to be alive.
Agreed. This was a very good roundup of the many sites that played a useful role in debunking a bunch of frauds who'd have never been honest about their work. The truth does matter, and CBS will one day rue their unbelievable slat towards Kerry. How many anti-Bush writers have been on 60 MINs? How many pro-Bush writers? CBS has gone off the deep end and become a partisan news network.
Bloggers do what we've been doing for years now: Posting news stories and commenting on them.
I agree. We only spit when the cheese causes us to salivate.
He leaves off three other web sites that played important parts in doing actual research with actual experts speaking on the record before Drudge: RatherBiased.com, CNSNews, and INDC Journal.
The original Drudge link was to CNS. Strange that Last neglects these two facts.
What's the best part? (Or one of the best parts at least) - DU is NOT mentioned once. Even the complaining idiots over there were too substandard to even rate a mention!
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