President Clinton's former hatchet-man, Sidney Blumenthal, comes out swinging in defense of Dan Rather and his laughable lawsuit in this article over at Salon.com.
You don't need to read past the third paragraph of the story to see the return of "fake but accurate."
In making his case, Rather will certainly establish beyond reasonable doubt that George W. Bush never completed his required service in the Texas Air National Guard. Moreover, Rather's suit will seek to demonstrate that the documents used in his "60 Minutes II" piece were not inauthentic and that he and his producers acted responsibly in presenting them and the information they contained -- and that that information is true. Indeed, no credible source has refuted the essential facts of the story.
"Not inauthentic." Oh, what a beautiful double-negative.
Yes, no credible source has refuted the "facts" created using the default settings of Microsoft Word.
If you're really interested in a good laugh, check out the Editor's Choice responses to Blumenthal's garbage. It makes you wonder when Bush Derangement Syndrome became a cult.