DATE: 8/25/2004 08:46:00 AM
Wictory Wednesday - Mainstream journalists should be ashamed of themselves. Almost three weeks after John Kerry's "Christmas in Cambodia" story broke, it was Jon Stewart of Comedy Central's Daily Show that finally asked the Senator point-blank whether he was ever in Cambodia. Kerry declined to answer the question.
The press has been covering for John Kerry and tyring to tear down his critics since the story first appeared on the internet. At the same time, they are obediently repeating every charge against President Bush's National Guard service, taking their cues from Wes Clark and Michael Moore. It's an amazing time - just when you think the press can't get any lower, they jettison more credibility in an attempt to keep the Kerry campaign from sinking.
The media has refused to question Kerry about his Cambodian adventures or his ever-shifting views on the war. The media has not called for Kerry to denounce any of the liberal 527 ads that have been run against the president. They are, for all intents and purposes, the publicity arm of the Kerry campaign.
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