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|Author:||Reggie501 [ Mon Nov 17, 2008 12:13 am ]|
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Just up at TVNL:
Rather’s Lawsuit Shows Role of G.O.P. in Inquiry
Sunday, 16 November 2008 21:53
When Dan Rather filed suit against CBS 14 months ago — claiming, among other things, that his former employer had commissioned a politically biased investigation into his work on a “60 Minutes” segment about President Bush’s National Guard service — the network predicted the quick and favorable dismissal of the case, which it derided as “old news.”
|Author:||dori [ Mon Nov 17, 2008 11:42 pm ]|
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Another memorandum turned over to Mr. Rather’s lawyers by CBS was a long typed list of conservative commentators apparently receiving some preliminary consideration as panel members, including Rush Limbaugh, Matt Drudge, Ann Coulter and Pat Buchanan. At the bottom of that list, someone had scribbled “Roger Ailes,” the founder of Fox News.
These are people they wanted to do the investigation? I am sure Dan Rather would come out smelling like a rose with these people, eh?
Keep at it Dan, this is an important media story!
BTW, is that judge one of the ones who got to keep his job because he switched to doing Bush's bidding?
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