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  • AP: Gen. tried to warn Bush on Tillman

    03/30/2007 3:38:03 PM PDT · by chet_in_ny · 67 replies · 1,072+ views
    AP via Yahoo ^ | 3/30/07 | SCOTT LINDLAW
    SAN JOSE, Calif. - Just seven days after Pat Tillman's death, a top general warned there were strong indications that it was friendly fire and President Bush might embarrass himself if he said the NFL star-turned-soldier died in an ambush, according to a memo obtained by The Associated Press. ADVERTISEMENT It was not until a month afterward that the Pentagon told the public and grieving family members the truth — that Tillman was mistakenly killed in Afghanistan by his comrades. The memo reinforces suspicions that the Pentagon was more concerned with sparing officials from embarrassment than with leveling with Tillman's...
  • AP Reporter in 'Clinton Booed' Flap Stands by Claim

    09/13/2004 6:15:56 AM PDT · by ConservativeMajority · 57 replies · 2,113+ views
    Talon News ^ | 9/13/2004 | Jeff Gannon, White House Correspondent
    WASHINGTON (Talon News) -- An Associated Press reporter who filed a story that former President Clinton was 'booed' at a Wisconsin rally when President George W. Bush announced that his predecessor had been hospitalized for heart surgery is standing by his claim. Scott Lindlaw, a White House correspondent who was among the reporters traveling with President Bush during the campaign swing to several battleground states, provided the information for the story that appeared under the byline of Tom Hays. No other news agency reported any booing and none is audible on network television clips, but the AP sent out the...
  • The Crowd That Didn't Boo

    09/10/2004 4:37:35 AM PDT · by Elkiejg · 9 replies · 1,352+ views
    Power Line ^ | 9/9/04 | Power Line
    We may be inching closer to the truth about the false Associated Press report claiming that a Republican crowd in West Allis, Wisconsin, booed the announcement that President Clinton had been hospitalized, and "President Bush did nothing to stop them." We have an inside source who was present at the rally and is familiar with the reporters involved. Our source tells us that Tom Hays, whose byline was on the false AP report, was not at the West Allis rally. He is not one of the AP reporters assigned to cover President Bush, and is believed to have been in...
  • Fax The AP For Free and Tell them to FIRE Scott Lindlaw (one of the most BIASED)!

    07/13/2004 6:40:10 PM PDT · by jmstein7 · 36 replies · 1,569+ views
    Fax The AP For Free and Tell them to FIRE Scott Lindlaw (one of the most BIASED)! Of course, I don't really think they'll fire him, but it's high time we let them know that we're onto him.Scott Lindlaw is not a journlaist.  At best, he's a sloppy liberal with a liberal agenda; at worst, he's an outright propagandist.  For samples of his most recent work, click HERE and HERE.Lindlaw has got to go... it's time to shine a light on this cockroach.Please fax the AP for free and tell them to fire this liberal hack.1.  Click HERE.  This will open...
  • Bush Going to Mideast to Advance Peace

    05/25/2003 7:49:05 PM PDT · by ejdrapes · 9 replies · 122+ views
    AP ^ | May 25, 2003 | Scott Lindlaw
    Bush Going to Mideast to Advance Peace By SCOTT LINDLAW, Associated Press Writer CRAWFORD, Texas - President Bush (news - web sites) is planning to travel to the Middle East early next month to advance the peace process amid fresh signs of progress in ending the violence between Israelis and Palestinians, senior administration officials said Sunday. AP Photo   A military support plane left Washington on Sunday morning, carrying personnel who will lay the groundwork for a summit in Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt. Another possible site being explored was the royal retreat at Aqaba, Jordan. Bush tentatively plans to meet...
  • Drama intended in Bush's jet flight - (Barf Alert)

    05/03/2003 11:04:18 PM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 56 replies · 651+ views
    The Orange County Register ^ | Saturday, May 3, 2003 | SCOTT LINDLAW The Associated Press
    <p>ABOARD THE USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN – President George W. Bush didn't have to make a dramatic tailhook landing on this aircraft carrier. He could have flown by helicopter as presidents normally would, the White House said Friday.</p> <p>Officials also acknowledged positioning the massive ship to provide the best TV angle for Bush's speech, with the sea as his background instead of the San Diego coastline.</p>