It's really funny. Fox Nation, the Fox News site devoted "fair and balanced coverage of the news" posts a headline that is nothing more than right wing partisan wishful thinking: "Romney Camp Destroys Washington Post For Bogus Article." What makes it even funnier, and rather ironic, is that Fox Nation's stories include lies about unemployment statistics, Sandra Fluke's congressional commentary (including the transcripts of Rush Limbaugh's three day "slut" shaming), Bill Clinton's "taking a swipe at Obama" and a host of other things that are less than honest. And the above cited thread is just another bogus assertion by a Fox website that elevates "bogus" to a whole new level!
Back story - the Washington Post, using data from the SEC, ran a story about Bain Capitol's outsourced jobs when Mitt Romney was at the company. Romney has responded with some ham handed comments about how this is off-shoring rather than out-sourcing. Not surprisingly, the Obama campaign is using this information to slam Romney. Not surprisingly, the Romney campaign was pissed about the WAPO article and presented what they purport is the truth. This evidence, consisting of company assertions not backed up by data, does not comport with the SEC material and, as such, the Washington Post is standing by its story.
Enter, stage right, Fox Nation with the unsubstantiated claim that the WAPO article is bogus. No mention is made of the SEC information which corroborates the WAPO article. They then, LOL, provide Romney's entire rebuttal which they claim "destroyed" the Washington Post.
And they have the cojones to say that the Washington Post is bogus. Give me a break!