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4/24/2003 07:51:00 PM | Timothy

Colmes Finally Attacks
Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA): "First of all I had to read the transcript to find out exactly what he did say and I think one of the big questions here is this journalist, Lara Jordan, who's a Democrat operative, her husband Jim Jordan is running the Kerry campaign. He also was in charge of the Democrat Senatorial Campaign Committee. So, you know, ... Jordan herself is pretty suspect" ("Hannity & Colmes," FNC, 4/23).
FNC's Colmes: "Now, wait a second. I think that's unfair Congressman. You now want to make an association between the person who did the interviewing because she has an association with a Democrat and not have Rick Santorum take personal responsibility for what he said? ... You want to blame the messenger and that's totally unfair"
Kingston: "No, Alan, let me underscore this argument. Let me tell you why that's important because I've read the full transcripts, and what she did, let's just say Mr. Santorum was talking in two or three paragraphs. She took line two, added it line seven, and then put it in line nine."
Colmes: "That's not true. I've read the entire transcript too."
Kingston: "She did -- Alan, I've got the transcripts right here. She did. She's acting like some interns in college writing a term paper."
Colmes: "So, you're now accusing Rick Santorum of being misquoted. Are you saying -- are you saying, Congressman Kingston...
Kingston: "It's not fair reporting."
Colmes: "Let me ask my question. Are you saying, Congressman, that he said everything's fine, that she -- because she is a Democratic operative -- purposely misquoted him to aid the Democrats and to hurt him because he is a Republican, is that your accusation?"
Kingston: "I'm saying that if she didn't do this intentionally she ought to be fired for incompetence because she cut and sliced his sentences."
Colmes: "Unbelievable"



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