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I just saw a journalist on TV compare the Bush administration's statements about Rep. Murtha to the Bush "smears on John Kerry, Max Cleland, and John McCain," referring to things like the Swift Boat Vets for Truth against Kerry, the ads against Cleland, and the rumors about McCain.

There is not one shred of evidence anyone's ever brought to the public that Bush, or anyone in his campaign or administration, had anything at all to do with any of those things.

(And what's worse, the ads against Cleland were actually very benign, and not at all what the popular press likes to pretend.)

So for those that think Bush was behind those things, fine, but there's not a jot of evidence of it, and you are believing it purely on faith.

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