"There was a rush because Mary felt it was a great story and she was going to get scooped on it by USA Today," Mason said. "I think she would have done that with any story. I firmly believe if they found something about Kerry and his past, they'd be rushing to get that on the air, too."
Obviously, Linda Mason was in Bhutan when the Swift Boat Vets were getting started.
Good point, J.B.