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  • On Guard

    09/10/2004 8:49:13 AM PDT · by delacoert · 10 replies · 1,136+ views
    Washington Post ^ | September 10, 2004 | Howard Kurtz
    There are two media camps in America today: one that is digging into Col. Jerry Killian's memos and examining what typewriter fonts were in use in 1972 and parsing Ben Barnes's statements about National Guard admissions, and one that is not. George Bush received an honorable discharge from the Guard--that much is not in dispute. Everything else--including whether the documents "60 Minutes" obtained are authentic--seems to be in play.
  • THE CBS PAPERS (more damming evidence!)

    09/10/2004 7:56:35 AM PDT · by TonyInOhio · 118 replies · 16,188+ views
    THE CBS PAPERS [Jed Babbin] I spoke to Col. Bill Campenni (USAF ret) earlier this morning. As I've written before, Campenni was a member of the President's squadron and flew with him often. Campenni told me that there are a whole slew of reasons -- beyond those being debated now -- to question the authenticity of the CBS papers: 1. The 4 May 1972 order and the 1 August 1972 memo both have a letterhead for the wrong organization. Correspondence and orders in those days would be issued in the name of the parent organization -- the 147th Fighter Interceptor...
  • Bush Guard Memos Scrutinized (Kerry's lying pals at CBS begin a slow back-peddle)

    09/10/2004 4:33:41 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 193 replies · 9,091+ views
    CBS supposed "News" ^ | Friday, September 10, 2004
    Bush Guard Memos Under MicroscopeNEW YORK, Sept. 10, 2004 Questions were raised Thursday about the authenticity of newly unearthed memos purporting to have been written by one of President Bush's National Guard commanders in 1972 and 1973. The memos, which were publicized on CBS News' 60 Minutes, say Mr. Bush ignored a direct order from a superior officer and lost his status as a Guard pilot because he failed to meet military performance standards and undergo a required physical exam. The network defended the memos, saying its experts who examined the memos concluded they were authentic documents produced by...
  • Enough is enough, Rather has to go!

    09/10/2004 7:32:11 AM PDT · by websterpup · 25 replies · 1,094+ views
    9/10/04 | Websterpup
    OK CBS - It's time to clean up the trash, and quit the bias reporting, that (apparently) has become your standards....GO to CBS.COM and send this message:
  • CBS'S BIG BLUNDER? (Credits Free Republic)

    09/09/2004 10:31:38 PM PDT · by kattracks · 398 replies · 19,398+ views
    New York Post ^ | 9/10/04 | JOHN PODHORETZ
    <p>September 10, 2004 -- THE populist revolu tion against the so- called mainstream media continues. Yesterday, the citizen journalists who produce blogs on the Internet — and their engaged readers — engaged in the wholesale exposure of what appears to be a presidential-year dirty trick against George W. Bush. What the bloggers and their audiences did was call into profound question the authenticity of four documents proudly trumpeted by CBS News in a much-heralded investigative report on Wednesday night's edition of "60 Minutes" about the president's National Guard service in the early 1970s.</p>
  • False Documentation? Questions Arise About Authenticity of Newly Found Memos on Bush's Guard Service

    09/09/2004 7:45:34 PM PDT · by hispanarepublicana · 151 replies · 5,432+ views
    ABC News ^ | 9/9/04
    George W. Bush sits in an F102 fighter jet while serving in the Texas Air National Guard in this undated photo. President Bush was in the National Guard from 1968-1973.Austin American Statesman/AP Photo False Documentation? Questions Arise About Authenticity of Newly Found Memos on Bush's Guard Service ABCNEWS.com Sept. 9, 2004— Questions are being raised about the authenticity of newly discovered documents relating to George W. Bush's service in the National Guard during the Vietnam War. Marjorie Connell — widow of the late Lt. Col. Jerry Killian, the reported author of memos suggesting that Bush did not meet the...
  • Anatomy of a Forgery

    09/09/2004 9:13:11 PM PDT · by hope · 408 replies · 27,438+ views
    The American Spectator ^ | 9-10-4 | Washington Prowler
    <p>More than six weeks ago, an opposition research staffer for the Democratic National Committee received documents purportedly written by President George W. Bush's Texas Air National Guard squadron commander, the late Col. Jerry Killian.</p> <p>The oppo researcher claimed the source was "a retired military officer." According to a DNC staffer, the documents were seen by both senior staff members at the DNC, as well as the Kerry campaign.</p>
  • Hello SEAN HANNITY

    09/09/2004 1:59:19 PM PDT · by JFC · 125 replies · 5,887+ views
    FREEPERS | 9/9/04 | JFC
    Sean just mentioned us Freepers.... he said we had the cbs scam before Drudge.. WTG Hannity. He said to tell us all HELLO!!!
  • Compare this Democrat.com Doc with the CBS Fakes

    09/10/2004 3:24:24 AM PDT · by The Bandit · 68 replies · 3,364+ views
    9/10/04 | The Bandit
    Would appear some democrat by the name of coldfeet has made very similar documents as those CBS used. Notice the use use of the superscript in the below sample document. A article on Bush AWOL on democrat.com that was written in 2000 links to it (a href=http://www.democrats.com/display.cfm?id=157>Click Here.) Let me paste a background quote from the page here: As Marty Heldt points out in TomPaine.com, a document entitled "Military Biography of George Walker Bush" shows that Bush was subsequently assigned to headquarters in Denver from October 2, 1973 to November 21, 1974. He concludes that Bush was "punished" with 6...
  • Bill Richardson just backed out of Fox segment

    09/10/2004 7:22:16 AM PDT · by mabelkitty · 239 replies · 14,451+ views
    Fox News Channel ^ | 9/10/2004 | me
    Rick Perry was on Fox to talk about the forged memos possibility, and Governor of New Mexico, Bill Richardson was scheduled to be the "other side" of the argument. Richardson backed out by making himself "unavailable at the last minute". Thoughts? Comments? Laughter?