Comments: Sinclair Broadcasting makes me sick

It's as much a news story as John Kerry has made it out to be. He shouldn’t have made Vietnam the centerpiece of his campaign when he had something to hide. I’m sorry- but he walked right into this one.

Also, if Bush’s National Guard service is news worthy, than I think it’s worth the media’s time to point out that John Kerry has been lying his ass off for the last 30 years. As long as it’s factual (which by all accounts it is) and they give the Kerry campaign a rebuttal, than there is absolutely no reason not to run it.

Posted by Richard at October 12, 2004 09:36 PM

I have to point out here Richard, that this documentary ISN'T considered very factually correct. According to what I've heard, the director took much of Kerry's testimony about atrocities, all of which was second-hand, and removed the qualifiers. Instead of "I was told" or "According to another soldier" the documentary portays Kerry as the one making all the accusations, which is a definate falsehood.

I will give you this, since Kerry's campaign made such an issue of Vietnam, they should have seen this coming. Stupidity on their end.

Posted by frinklin at October 12, 2004 11:00 PM

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