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Re: On Second Thought

By on 11.21.05 | 2:30PM

One oddity in Howard Kurtz's story is his continuing agnosticism about the forged documents. He complacently accepts the absurd notion that the documents' authenticity is beyond verification: "Mapes is right that the purported 30-year-old memos by Bush's long-dead squadron commander have not been proved to be forgeries..." Why does he grant her this concession? Just to make his criticism of her seem a little more even-handed?Â

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