Thursday, September 09, 2004

60 Days ...

That is how long I am predicting it will take for 60 Minutes to provide a correction to the Bush story aired yesterday.

Am I jumping to conclusions that a correction is needed? Well, check out LGF where he shows how easy it is for 60 Minutes to get 30 year old documents.

And Powerline notes the big splash of this story in the Boston Globe is based on the same documents and there are oodles of other observations, from how many documents match so well with proportionally spaced fonts, to reviews and comments on typewriters and word processors of that age.

Go read and know the story 60 Minutes should have reported on.



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