Steve Dahl, a Chicago radio host, has been bemoaning the fact that you
can't separate fact from fiction in politics these days. He, like many
Americans, is frustrated because the media doesn't seem to be doing fact
checking or holding people accountable, especially for important issues.
I couldn't agree more. It takes way too much of my time trying to decide
who's being honest and who isn't.
Yesterday, he played something that he heard on another local radio
station that he considers a good example of what should be going on. The
report contains Kerry explaining how he could have voted for the
resolution that allowed Bush to invade Iraq but not have been in
favor of the war. It shows how someone could do this without being a
Click here and
listen to it. You decided if the facts back up Kerry's claim.