Rocks the "Bush AWOL/Fortunate Son" attack to the ground. Starting with the ABC News
story including Air National Guard Col. Walter Staudt who debunks the "truth" contained in the fake memos.
Staudt said he decided to come forward because he saw erroneous reports on television. CBS News first reported on the memos, which have come under scrutiny by document experts who question whether they are authentic. Killian, the purported author of the documents, died in 1984.
Staudt insisted Bush did not use connections to avoid being sent to Vietnam.
"He didn't use political influence to get into the Air National Guard," Staudt said, adding, "I don't know how they would know that, because I was the one who did it and I was the one who was there and I didn't talk to any of them."
At least the DNC/MoveOn spent all that money on ads that push a completely debunked story... My heart bleeds...
sucks to be Dan Rath
er... It still beats being Oliver Willis, but still sucks hard.