By the second graf of today's New York Times story about bloggers' role in the professional demise of Eason Jordan, you can tell it's going to be a dull-hatchet job. There, we learn from reporter Katherine Q. Seelye how bloggers discovered "flaws" in Dan Rather's story on Bush's National Guard service. "Flaws." I suppose you can describe profferring forged documents as evidence and repeatedly lying about it as "flaws," but that doesn't exactly convey the scope of the scandal, does it?
(Via Instapundit and Jarvis)