Get Over It!
Fox's crime? Having contributed to the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth.
Kerry needs to grow up. He lost, now deal with it. He can disagree with the Swift Boat veterans, but so far, no one's been able to amass any evidence of deceit or deliberate manipulation on their part. They spoke out -- as is their right under the First Amendment. Too bad if Kerry didn't like it -- he's not king (nor, thankfully, ever will be . . . except in his own mind).
Remarkably, the Boston Globe story covering the kerfuffle contains this verbiage about the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth:
The group of Vietnam veterans made unsubstantiated allegations against Kerry -- then the Democratic presidential nominee -- and charged that Kerry did not deserve the medals he won in the Vietnam War.
To the extent that the allegations were never "substantiated," it was due to a remarkable lack of interest in them on the part of a press that could't wait to explore every nuance of George W. Bush's military service. What's more, Kerry has continually refused to release his military records, which also might shed some light on the matter.
Finally, speaking of "unsubstantiated allegations," even as the Boston Globe serves as Kerry's mouthpiece and defender, does anyone there remember Kerry's magic hat and Christmas Eve in Cambodian caper -- possibly the biggest lie of his presidential run (and political career)?