Bill at INDC Journal picks out the salient point of the latest Kerry fabrication.
Kerry manufactured meetings out of whole cloth and then presented them as justification for a serious contradiction of George Bush's decision to go to war.
He did something very similar when he previously recited a false story on the Senate floor about an illegal mission into Cambodia, using it as a basis for criticism of Ronald Reagan's intent to provide aid to the Nicaraguan contras.
These aren't exaggerations. This isn't a case of lying about sex. It's a story about a man that's pathological enough to look a nationally televised audience of 55 million people in the eye and tell them a manufactured story, and then use it to propose a conclusion about a deadly serious matter of foreign policy.
But does he keep a magic sock from Kofi Annan in his briefcase?
This is a pattern of Kerry behavior - manufacturing evidence to support a worldview - that has endured for three decades. We can't let this man near the White House.