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Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Who are you going to believe?

Okay, anyone who is ready to believe that these memos "accurately reflect the viewpoints of Col. Killian and documents that would have been in the personal file," imagine this situation:

It's 1992. CBS releases memos allegedly from the Arkansas state troopers in 1979, including a CYA memo talking about escorting Governor Clinton to one of his "alleged" booty calls. The documents are obviously laser-printed from Microsoft Word with the WYSIWYG adaptor, and the Arkansas state troopers used typewriters in 1979.

CBS tracks down the secretary, a Clinton opponent who describes him as "unfit to govern," who says the documents are actually fake, but accurately represented the facts of Clinton's womanizing scandals as known by the Arkansas state troopers.

Would you find that acceptable proof?

Didn't think so.


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