Sixty Minutes II Uses Forged Documents to Attack Bush

Via Power Line Blog we find that there are some interesting problems with the documents produced by Sixty Minutes II to back up their claims that Bush was not present for his duties with the Texas Air National Guard.

Having been involved in document publishing I have to agree with the findings on the various characters and superscripted type found in those documents. I had to use Guttenburg on Apple ][ computers to get that sort of print around 1980, and eventually moved on to FinalWord then TeX and Microsoft Word (first for DOS and then for Windows).

My typewriter was a Smith-Corona. I never could afford a Selectric.

Josh Poulson

Posted Thursday, Sep 9 2004 03:51 PM

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