HomeKerry WatchQuid Pro Quo Quid Pro Quo Kevin September 21, 2004 Kerry Watch, Media 4 Comments I hadn’t seem this spelled out anywhere else, but Burkett was USA Today Source Burkett's Phony Source Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditEmailMoreLinkedInPinterestPrintTumblrPocket Related Posts Savage Times, Or “…Or I Shall Taunt You A Second Time” Romney and reporter get into it Gallup Poll: People Believe In The Iraq Mission About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 4 Comments Dan September 21, 2004 Excellent site! Keep up the good work… Hunter September 21, 2004 – Now we are down to the original source being “started with a phone call from a stranger and ended with the handoff of an envelope at the boisterous Houston Livestock Show.”…Why do I sense the trunk of a caddy in a Dallas alleyway in our future….. Jim Bender September 21, 2004 I certain prominent radio talk show host, a week ago or so, mentioned that George Stefanopolis had connected Joe Lockhart with this story. We couldn’t make any more connections at the time, but now we can. Apparently, George is still pretty “plugged in” to Democratic political operations. j.pickens September 21, 2004 The story here is that CBS/Rather claimed confidentiality of the source of the memos, but had communicated that identity to the DNC via Mapes/Lockhart. Its a conspiracy, and they are admitting it. This is the end, the end my friends….