No Journo Wants a Million Dollars?

Clarice Feldman
As you may recall, at the American Spectator dinner, T. Boone Pickens offered a million dollars to anyone who could prove anything the Swift Veterans said was wrong.   John F . Kerry offered to take him up on that but has remained silent when Pickens asked him to put up the proof.

Other Tom, an online friend, has asked a useful question at Just One Minute:

I continue to wonder: inasmuch as Boone Pickens's offer of a million bucks was made to "anyone"--not just John Kerry--who could prove any SwiftVet allegation false, why have none of the journalists who routinely describe those allegations as "discredited" come forward to claim the prize? Do they simply not like money?


  

As you may recall, at the American Spectator dinner, T. Boone Pickens offered a million dollars to anyone who could prove anything the Swift Veterans said was wrong.   John F . Kerry offered to take him up on that but has remained silent when Pickens asked him to put up the proof.

Other Tom, an online friend, has asked a useful question at Just One Minute:

I continue to wonder: inasmuch as Boone Pickens's offer of a million bucks was made to "anyone"--not just John Kerry--who could prove any SwiftVet allegation false, why have none of the journalists who routinely describe those allegations as "discredited" come forward to claim the prize? Do they simply not like money?