Sunday, July 11, 2004

Fake turkey correction from the New York Times

Remember when Bush flew into Iraq and helped serve turkey to the toops on thanksgiving? Also remember how the moonbats claimed the turkey was a fake? The turkey was real but people keep referring to the turkey as a fake.

Here is a correction by The New York Times after they claimed it was fake.

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Week in Review

An article last Sunday about surprises in politics referred incorrectly to the turkey carried by President Bush during his unannounced visit to American troops in Baghdad over Thanksgiving. It was real, not fake.

Tim Blair has a good round up of some of the moonbats, including Kerry.

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