CBS News anchor Dan Rather on Wednesday strongly defended his 60 Minutes story critical of President Bush's military service, saying that his report is true but that legitimate questions have been raised about the authenticity of documents he used to support it.
No one, Rather said repeatedly in an interview, has yet disputed "the heart" of his report. But, he said, a "thick partisan fogging machine seeks to cloud the core truth of our story by raising questions about the messenger, methods and techniques."
Actually we have been disputing the heart of the report. The documents, because with out those fake documents there is no story. This is just another case of the (D)umbacrats taking, or making an allegation be a true of false, false in this case, and then saying ‘its not if the allegation or how we came to the allegation that matters, but it is the seriousness of the allegation that matters’. Sorry NO it is important how you get from point A to point B, because if the way you got there was through false crap then no one should care about B. Is that clear? Most likely not……
And the thing that Rather wants disputed. Fine. The information in those Fake Documents is false and events did not happen that way. Feel better Dan?