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THE LATEST FROM CBS AND ABC(CBS angry at ABC for ripping them)
NRO- Kerry Spot ^ | 09/14/04 | jim geraghty

Posted on 09/14/2004 4:49:36 PM PDT by Pikamax

THE LATEST FROM CBS AND ABC [09/14 07:41 PM]

My source familiar with the internal discussions at CBS describes the atmosphere at the network offices tonight as "madness" and "toxic". Apparently a real bunker mentality is setting in; there is reportedly a great deal of anger at ABC for running a scathing report about the memos.

I didn't see the ABC report (the CBS report was so shockingly false I needed smelling salts) , but apparently it was a humdinger. Here's a summary of each network from ABC:

ABC's Brian Ross interviewed the two experts who CBS hired to validate the National Guard documents and reports they ignored concerns they raised prior to the CBS News broadcast. "I did not feel that they wanted to investigate it very deeply," Emily Will told Ross. "I did not authenticate anything and I don't want it to be misunderstood that I did," Linda James told Ross. Ross reports 2 experts told ABC News today that even the most advanced typewriter available in 1972 could not have produced the documents. Ross also reported that Lt. Col. Jerry Killian's secretary says she believes the documents are fake but that they express thoughts Killian believed. In the "Inside Story" on the CBS "Evening News," John Roberts said that CBS "continues to stand by its reporting" on Bush's National Guard records. Roberts derisively said Bush "barely mentioned his service" today while appearing before the Guard association. Roberts closed by saying that Bush's goal is to turn the focus of the debate away from the questions to "those asking them."

The next big question: How do the major papers treat CBS' report tonight? And when do we start to see the first non-conservative editorials and columns ripping the network?


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To: Pikamax

you know what I think is going on?? I think Dan Rathers daughter is probably the go between of the "source" and her Dad...I truly believe thats why he is not giving an ounce...it will RUIN her.....its already ruined him.....AND I dont belive he is INNOCENT as everyone is trying to say....that he was "taken"....I think he was having orgasms when he got this stuff and almost fainted from JOY getting it ready for broadcasting....


51 posted on 09/14/2004 5:13:54 PM PDT by ShugahPop
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To: Pikamax
I'm thinking ABC is worried about its own credibility. To stand by CBS's increasingly ludicrous stonewalling is perilous for others in the MSM, particularly NBC and ABC. They don't want to get too close to the vortex as CBS goes under. Mad Dan has set his course and he's going down. The other broadcast networks want no part of that.
52 posted on 09/14/2004 5:14:48 PM PDT by Semi Civil Servant (I'm just another pajama journalist.)
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To: fightinJAG

Chris Core also is bringing up Rather's interview with Saddam and how Rather got choked up at the end, saying "This may be the last time we see each other."

Core (non-right wing talk show host on WMAL in D.C.) is saying CBS is a co-conspirator in dirty tricks and Rather and all producers must resign. Imus will be on this again, I'll bet.


53 posted on 09/14/2004 5:15:10 PM PDT by fightinJAG ("Tell the truth. The Pajama People are watching you.")
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To: Bonaparte

Well, yes.

But more people are watching CBS now than ever before..

(Of course, it is to see the latest coverup by Dan rather, then bet on how quick the INternet exposes him, but still ..)

Ratings is ratings.

(The next reality TV show: "Dan Rather'ed get off the Sphere."


54 posted on 09/14/2004 5:15:13 PM PDT by Robert A. Cook, PE (I can only donate monthly, but Kerry's ABBCNNBCBS continue to lie every day!)
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To: snakeoil

That fight might be starting now. The advertisers couldn't help but notice during the conventions that a cable station outdrew all of them, despite obviously being in far fewer houses. Advertising dollars could be impacted here. Further, it dawns on the majors now that they all have a shrinking audience, but they are too stubborn to be balanced. The solution is to try to weed out a weaker network, which happens to be CBS at the moment.


55 posted on 09/14/2004 5:16:19 PM PDT by Enterprise (The left hates the Constitution. Islamic Fascism hates America. Natural allies.)
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To: js1138

Can't even public figures sue for defamation if they can prove malice and reckless disregard of the truth And certainly the Killian family could sue.


56 posted on 09/14/2004 5:17:09 PM PDT by fightinJAG ("Tell the truth. The Pajama People are watching you.")
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To: Patton@Bastogne

Hadn't heard that about India!


57 posted on 09/14/2004 5:17:12 PM PDT by Robert A. Cook, PE (I can only donate monthly, but Kerry's ABBCNNBCBS continue to lie every day!)
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To: Howlin

Well, you know FOX knows who we are and probably many there read this forum regularly. I remember a note I posted here several years ago that I got from Tony Snow in response to some topic we were all upset about.

I think they want to keep the story going and don't want to give the Dems us as a reason to trash it. Just MHO


58 posted on 09/14/2004 5:17:14 PM PDT by Vermonter
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To: plushaye

Wash Times had an excellent editorial about it too.

That's both papers in Washington.


59 posted on 09/14/2004 5:18:19 PM PDT by Robert A. Cook, PE (I can only donate monthly, but Kerry's ABBCNNBCBS continue to lie every day!)
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To: fightinJAG

"Imus will be on this again, I'll bet"
no way.....I-liar in the Morning is a wrinkled ole liar and such a suck up to the Liberals its is pathetic....Kerry will be on in the morning...do you think for ONE second he'll diss him on it? NOPE....
in my opinion anyways..........Even Bernie has lost his mind on that show.......
Lexy



60 posted on 09/14/2004 5:18:34 PM PDT by ShugahPop
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To: Integrityrocks

CBS fall into a pile of crap and ABC will not help clean them up.


61 posted on 09/14/2004 5:18:43 PM PDT by jocko12
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To: Pikamax

I actually swallowed hard and then wrote an email to ABC thanking them for their piece on CBS today. Yes, I do think there are a few motivations driving their actions: market share, twist the knife after being patted on the head as the upstart network for so long by CBS, and I do hold out hope that there are a few in the business that genuinely decry the lack of journalistic integrity at CBS.

That said, as a parent of 3 young children I am well aware that even in the midst of dozens of negative moments being acted out - you still need to point out and praise those moments where things are being done right.

I'd urge everyone to drop a line to ABC and thank them for standing for the truth rather than political bias.


62 posted on 09/14/2004 5:18:45 PM PDT by Dan C
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To: Pikamax

This may already been posted somewhere... but just as a reminder of rather's dislike of the Bushes:

In the 1980s, Rather became a hero to many American liberals for his tough, skeptical reporting on the Iran-Contra Affair which led to a famous on-air confrontation he had with then-vice-president George H. W. Bush. The incident is widely believed to have been pivotal in Bush's campaign to win the presidency in the 1988 election. It also marked the beginning of Rather's ratings decline, a slump from which he has never recovered. Bush never forgave him and refused to grant Rather an interview after their initial tangle. His son, George W. Bush has apparently followed suit, and has thus far declined to grant Rather an interview during his presidency.




In 1988, Dan Rather attacked Vice President George Bush in an interview and dwelt exclusively on one subject, Iran-contra:
RATHER: "I don't want to be argumentative, Mr. Vice President."

BUSH: "You do, Dan."

RATHER: "No -- no, sir, I don't."

BUSH: "This is not a great night, because I want to talk about why I want to be president, why those 41 percent of the people are supporting me. And I don't think it's fair to judge my whole career by a rehash of Iran. How would you like it if I judged your career by those seven minutes when you walked off the set in New York?"

RATHER: "Mr. Vice President, the question is -- but you made us hypocrites in the face of the world. How could you sign on to such a policy? And the question is what does that tell us about your record?"

BUSH: "When a CIA agent is being tortured to death, maybe you err on the side of a human life. But everybody's admitted mistakes. I've admitted mistakes. And you want to dwell on them, and I want to talk about the values we believe in and experience and the integrity that goes with all of this, and what's -- I'm going to do about education, and you're--there's nothing new here. I thought this was a news program. What is new?"

RATHER: "Mr. Vice President, I appreciate you joining us tonight. I appreciate this straightforward way in which you engaged in this exchange. Clearly, some unanswered questions remain."
--Dan Rather and George Bush on the CBS Evening News, January 25, 1988.



Dan Rather spoke of what he supposed was George Bush's role in Iran-contra:
"The fact is he lied. It is an unpleasant fact, but a fact nonetheless."
--Dan Rather in The Camera Never Blinks Twice, 1994.



http://www.ratherbiased.com/bush_attack.htm


63 posted on 09/14/2004 5:19:11 PM PDT by frnewsjunkie
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To: fightinJAG

I think lots of people could sue. Even better, we should find out how to file complaints against our local CBS affiliates with the FCC.


64 posted on 09/14/2004 5:19:43 PM PDT by js1138 (Speedy architect of perfect labyrinths.)
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To: fightinJAG

That's a much stronger line than the one he took last night (not that he was defending CBS last night).

For Chris Core, taking a seriously condemnatory position is a very big deal.


65 posted on 09/14/2004 5:21:07 PM PDT by angkor
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To: Rocky
Maybe the Post can come out with a book: "All the Reporter's Men (and Women)".

Really one of the many FReepers who are writers ought to do this book and sell it to a publisher for a 5 million dollar advance and give the money to SwiftVets.
66 posted on 09/14/2004 5:21:45 PM PDT by Vinomori
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To: fightinJAG

And the Killians weren't public untildan started lying about him.


67 posted on 09/14/2004 5:22:17 PM PDT by Robert A. Cook, PE (I can only donate monthly, but Kerry's ABBCNNBCBS continue to lie every day!)
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To: bitt

i have a shareholder question about the Heinz trusts, as in, how much do they own, and does soros dabble in either the stock of viacom or the management of Heinz money.


68 posted on 09/14/2004 5:22:30 PM PDT by the invisib1e hand (do not remove this tag under penalty of law.)
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To: Pikamax

I saw the Brian Ross piece on ABC News tonight. It was devastating. They said all 3 of the 60 Minutes document experts warned CBS about the validity of the memo before the program aired, yet Ross said they aired it anyway.

The only selling point in CBS' favor came at the end of the story when Ross mentioned that Killian's secretary thought that the memos were the way she thought Killian felt about George Bush. Total hearsay!

The best part was the look on Jennings' face as he introduced the story. You could tell it was killing him!


69 posted on 09/14/2004 5:23:24 PM PDT by Libertarian444
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To: MikeA
I love watching the media jackals ripping each other apart!! I LOVE IT!!!

Me too. But this is a fight among comrades. They'll soon cool it in the interest of a "greater good" (Kerry as President).

70 posted on 09/14/2004 5:24:40 PM PDT by aculeus
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To: aculeus
Surely this Kerry Spot report has been posted, too, but it's worth repeating:
So. What is the most absolutely desperate move CBS could make in an attempt to defend its now widely-discredited memos?

How about accusing the forensic document examiners that doubt the veracity of the memos of being agents of the Republican Party? [LOL!]

Just heard from a very reliable source that CBS is looking into the political donations of document examiner Sandra Ramsey Lines, fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, who assessed the memos for CNN and for the Associated Press.

Did some digging myself, and found in a database maintained by the Center for Public Integrity, a campaign finance watchdog group, Lines has donated a little under $600 to the WISH List, a fundraising organization for Republican women candidates.

Ah. Well, she must be lying, then. (eye roll)

(Keep in mind that Ben Barnes, the central figure in Rather’s report, has raised more than a half million dollars for Kerry’s campaign.)

All of the document examiners consulted by the mainstream media who say the documents look like fakes are putting their partisan allegiance to the GOP over their professionalism? Every last one of them?

I had heard, from some folks claiming to be in the know, that some producers at CBS had gone... a little over the edge as a result of this story, quoting Michael Moore at length and putting tremendous faith in the most far-fetched of conspiracy theories. I had dismissed these reports as exaggerations. I mean, network news producers don't just go nuts.

In light of this... maybe they do.

Yeah...and OJ didn't do it.
71 posted on 09/14/2004 5:29:27 PM PDT by Timeout (Proud, card-carrying member of JAMMIE NATION)
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To: Pikamax
Is an openly partisan media possible? Can the DNC "own" a network news outlet? I don't mean "own" in a literal sense, but in the sense that the ideology, "marketing," campaigning, etc. are in near perfect harmony between a party, and a media outlet.

CBS could be just a bigger version of Air America. Flip a switch one day, voila. No need to account for what is reported, just "do it." Stay clear of actionable defamation, ala National Enquirer, and we're off!!

The DNC already gets 30-60% of the commentary time on all media outlets, so what if it gets 100% on the smallest of the three braodcast networks?

72 posted on 09/14/2004 5:29:30 PM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Pikamax
Good to hear.

ABC is on a lifeline for ratings right now. Their regular network lineup is abysmal and Eisner has had as much success with ABC as he has had in restoring Disney's family values.

If ABC can claw it's way past CBS by sinking it's teeth into their throat while they're down, count on it. We're watching the high and mighty who have fallen, and now we get to watch them fight over table scraps.

And bring some popcorn, it will be a lovely show.

73 posted on 09/14/2004 5:30:15 PM PDT by Caipirabob (Democrats.. Socialists..Commies..Traitors...Who can tell the difference?)
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To: ShugahPop

The Dan Rather daughter theory has plausibility. He demonstrated really bad judgment a couple of years ago when at his daughter's request he spoke at a Dem function in TX (something I believe he apologized for).

The scenario may be that someone scammed his daughter (not a reporter), who in turn unknowingly scammed him (but of course he should have know the docs were bogus).


74 posted on 09/14/2004 5:31:51 PM PDT by litany_of_lies
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To: Pikamax

MORE!

http://nationalreview.com/kerry/kerryspot.asp



CBS AFFILIATES UPSET [09/14 08:25 PM]

I am informed that the head of a CBS affiliate in a large East Coast city is telling viewers who call in that he wants Rather to apologize on 60 Minutes and then resign. This local network official reportedly plans to present the flood of critical emails he has been getting to the network heads in New York.

I suspect this gentleman is not alone.


75 posted on 09/14/2004 5:33:00 PM PDT by Pikamax
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To: crazyhorse691
JFK was counting on the MSMs unqualified support for his campaign revival.

Plus NBC and CBC are threatening to sue the DNC.

76 posted on 09/14/2004 5:33:02 PM PDT by Paleo Conservative (What's the frequency Kenneth?)
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To: js1138
What we have here is malice plus reckless disregard for the truth.

Who has been slandered? GWB. Will he sue? Not bloody likely.

Falsifying orders? The orders are no longer operative, forge to your heart's content. I made a set of them here just for kicks.

77 posted on 09/14/2004 5:34:04 PM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Enterprise

I just love to see them cut each other up.
Better they fight and plot against each other than against us.


78 posted on 09/14/2004 5:35:15 PM PDT by snakeoil
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To: Cboldt

How about using forged military documents to influence a federal election. I believe it will cost the RNC some serious money to counter this $hlt.


79 posted on 09/14/2004 5:36:48 PM PDT by js1138 (Speedy architect of perfect labyrinths.)
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To: Bonaparte
If ratings, revenue and share price take a plunge after this, Viacom can be made to pay big.

"If" being a key word there. I bet CBS's ratings are UP this week. I wonder if they have marketing nformation that indicates status quo, or increase in market share if they go full-bore liberal/DNC. Heck, they were virtually there before this event crystallized the fact in our minds.

80 posted on 09/14/2004 5:36:51 PM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Pikamax
Roberts derisively said Bush "barely mentioned his service" today while appearing before the Guard association.

Real men don't boast about their service to other real men.

On another topic some have raised on this thread, so far I don't see any signs of Viacom stock taking a hit. The three-month chart shows that it still seems to be in an intermediate up-channel.

That's understandable. If Dan Rather gets fired and 60 Minutes tanks, that doesn't necessarily harm CBS all that much. And CBS is only a part of Viacom.

81 posted on 09/14/2004 5:39:29 PM PDT by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: All

I really think if CBS is forced to admit guilt prior to the election, there is a good chance they will flip their competitors by delving into reporting by other news organizations. Civil war amongst the mainstream media anyone?


82 posted on 09/14/2004 5:39:57 PM PDT by WillVoteForFood
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To: fightinJAG

CBS has become everything they used to hate.


83 posted on 09/14/2004 5:40:13 PM PDT by Peach (The Clinton's pardoned more terrorists than they ever captured or killed.)
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To: Shqipo

LOL!!!


84 posted on 09/14/2004 5:41:33 PM PDT by mabelkitty (Watch for a CBS employee in a trench coat going by DeepWord.....)
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To: litany_of_lies

yep...I truly believe she is involved....I dont think he'd sweat this so much, if she wasnt involved in the "source".. Why havent they brought out the originals?? that would easily make the case "either" way....but he wont....


85 posted on 09/14/2004 5:47:01 PM PDT by ShugahPop
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To: Integrityrocks

You're absolutely right.


86 posted on 09/14/2004 5:47:20 PM PDT by aynrandfreak (If 9/11 didn't change you, you're a bad human being)
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To: Illinois Rep
Maybe Dan's buddy Saddam can advise him on the proper way to hide in a spider hole.

HA!HA!...LOL! That didn't help Saddam for long, either. :))

87 posted on 09/14/2004 5:48:46 PM PDT by skinkinthegrass (Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you :)
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To: js1138
How about using forged military documents to influence a federal election. I believe it will cost the RNC some serious money to counter this $hlt.

Right now they aren't countering it. From the RNC's standpoint, the defense has already been made. GWB served honorably, see honorable discharge. To "take the bait" and defend the allegations in the forgeries lets the DEM party set the agenda. It's just politics, and certainly the DNC has no claim against the Swiftees (who are telling the truth).

I don't know if there is a clear "forgery" case here. The forgeries are being used for political propaganda puposes, agitprop, not to accomplish what they say on their face. Forging documents is usually a problem becuase the forgery gets access you wouldn't otherwise have. Forge a driver's license, bond, passport, etc. --- sure. But forge a piece of history (not a painting, to sell as real), and show it on television. Illegal? How?

Anyway. I'm just tossing about with "extreme" outcomes, and even there am not finding clear illegality. The closest is viollation of FCC "serve the publi interest." So, when the FCC comes in, CBS squawks "politically motivated shut-down of 1st amendment right!! Powell has no Constitutional authority!!" And the battle is joined.

88 posted on 09/14/2004 5:48:56 PM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Pikamax

bump


89 posted on 09/14/2004 5:49:35 PM PDT by rwfromkansas (BYPASS FORCED WEB REGISTRATION! **** http://www.bugmenot.com ****)
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To: Enterprise
Cat fight!

LOL - I thought "Food fight"!

90 posted on 09/14/2004 5:52:00 PM PDT by mombonn (kerry . . . he spent 20 years in the Senate and doesn't have much to show for it. íViva Bush/Cheney!)
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To: All

Hugh Hewitt writes on his blog that he wants congressional hearings into the forged documents. Chris Cox said that they would likely have hearings but maybe not before the election.

I think this is a TERRIBLE idea. When the enemy is in the midst of destroying himself, do not intervene! The story will become the media as victim and government as censor (even though we know it is not true). The story as reported by the media will be mean GOP Congress seeks to censor critics not memos were forged and Rather has to step down. We should let the media go after CBS and the forgers and then the story will be much more satisfying to us.

I just think this will change the focus of the story and we won't get what we want.


91 posted on 09/14/2004 5:52:45 PM PDT by hansel
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To: Cboldt

In this case, I believe that what goes up must and will come down. Way down. The key is the sponsors. If they are attacked, it's as good as an attack on CBS viewership and all the rest.


92 posted on 09/14/2004 6:00:08 PM PDT by Bonaparte (and guess who sighs his lullabies, to nights that never end...)
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To: fightinJAG
Can't even public figures sue for defamation if they can prove malice and reckless disregard of the truth And certainly the Killian family could sue.

Yes, even public figures can sue (and recover) if the slander is sufficiently egregious. Here the bar is lower because the Killians haven't sought the public limelight - it has been thrust upon them; however, in this case it is not they but Bush who has been slandered.

93 posted on 09/14/2004 6:00:14 PM PDT by KevinB
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To: Cboldt

By "CBS viewership" I mean, of course, "CBS viewership numbers."


94 posted on 09/14/2004 6:01:09 PM PDT by Bonaparte (and guess who sighs his lullabies, to nights that never end...)
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To: hansel
When the enemy is in the midst of destroying himself, do not intervene!

Absolutely! Let the feeding frenzy continue!

95 posted on 09/14/2004 6:02:55 PM PDT by 6ppc (Dan Lied! Journalism Died!)
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To: 6ppc

I hope Congress doesn't get invovled with this. They will screw it up.


96 posted on 09/14/2004 6:05:45 PM PDT by hansel
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To: BradyLS

too funny hahahahhahahahah


97 posted on 09/14/2004 6:07:28 PM PDT by omstrat (zip code77034)
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To: angkor
For Chris Core, taking a seriously condemnatory position is a very big deal.

You're right. The other night I was amazed when he said that if the documents were false Dan and the top management of CBS must resign.

98 posted on 09/14/2004 6:11:29 PM PDT by KevinB
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To: longtermmemmory
This is a story waiting to explode. If a reporter can tie the DNC and Kerry to the forgeries this could be BIGGER THAN THE WATERGATE BREAK INS! Think about it. It has all of the elements, dirt tricks, illegal activity, a desperate political campaign, and CONSPIRACIES CONSPIRACIES CONSPIRACIES!

Concur : Burglary => Forgery => Dishonor, Defeat, and Prison for Democrats

99 posted on 09/14/2004 6:11:29 PM PDT by af_vet_1981
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To: js1138
What we have here is malice plus reckless disregard for the truth.

I want felonies for forgery and conspiracy to obstruct justice.

100 posted on 09/14/2004 6:12:47 PM PDT by af_vet_1981
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