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Tuesday, January 11, 2005
More on the CBS bias question: By way of the Media Research Center, the founding producer of "60 Minutes," Don Hewitt said the following at a Monday morning meeting at CBS:


Does anybody really think there wouldn't have been more scrutiny if this had been about John Kerry?


Exactly. That's the bias issue in a nutshell.

4:03 PM

Comments:
As I said the other day: "What do you think the chances are that forged documents indicating John Forbes Kerry had disobeyed a direct order and used influential connections to keep him as much out of harm's way as possible when he was in Vietnam — what do you think the chances are that Mary Mapes and Dan Rather would have rushed a story onto the air about them? I know, I know: the only things that would have had less chance of getting on the air at CBS would have been absolutely real documents indicating John Forbes Kerry had disobeyed a direct order and used influential connections to keep him as much out of harm's way as possible when he was in Vietnam."
 
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