Republican experts doubt the authenticity of reality
Washington — Congressional Republicans turned the heat on reality today, charging that four years of revelations about President Bush’s record are based on millions of fake documents and false reports.
“It’s very clear that reality has been forged. Somebody has been giving everyone a steady stream of false information for four years now,” said Sen. Robert Bennett, R-Utah.
Forty members of the House signed a letter accusing television networks, newspapers, magazines, websites, and private conversations of deception. The letter asked for a whistleblower to step forward to reveal reality’s source.
“I think at the very least that the source of George W. Bush’s record, and reality as a whole, should step forward,” said Rep. Roy Blunt, R-Missouri.
In a related development, reality released a statement renewing its defense of itself.