WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- At 1:30 p.m. on Monday, January 7, 2008, a major Presidential candidate is going to be "Swift Boated" -- with facts -- at the National Press Club. Eight years ago, George W. Bush's Presidential campaign was nearly torpedoed by the last-minute "October Surprise" release of factual truth about a decades-old DUI. Four years ago, Bush's campaign was almost derailed again, by the release of authentic-looking forged documents relating to his National Guard service. Had the documents proved true, Kerry might have become President. Four years ago, "Swift Boating" entered the Presidential campaign lexicon when Kerry's candidacy was torpedoed by accusations from men who'd served with him in Vietnam. Kerry was never able to recover, even when the veracity of these accusations became subject to question. In 2004, "Swift Boating" and "Rather-Gate" were actions based on "iffy" information. However, in 2008, this "Swift Boating" experience is based on rock-solid, well-sourced and absolutely accurate information. This "Swift Boating" will occur with the release of a new book to be announced next Monday, January 7th at 1:30 p.m. at the National Press Club in Washington. Built around irrefutable hard and cold facts -- these allegations come from a former TV business news editor, a twice-decorated military veteran who shares this candidate's party affiliation -- and who has known the candidate personally since their college days. This book literally gives "chapter and verse" about this candidate's less-than-candid candor with the American people. Unlike "Rather-Gate" and the original "Swift Boat" book, this former TV journalist's book is no fabrication -- it is supported by 10 pages of meticulously-researched end-notes citing original source material supporting every factual assertion about the candidate's failure to shoot straight with the American people, and this breach-of-faith's implications for the Presidency. Obviously, we can't tell you more at this point -- not without inviting in-advance (and ill-informed) criticism -- but if you're serious about covering the 2008 Presidential campaign, you won't want to miss this announcement -- and you will want to meet the author. Immediately after the press announcement, the author will be available in Washington for interviews for radio, TV/Cable, print and Internet audiences -- and later in the week he'll be in New York City, ready to answer questions and defend his allegations -- with facts.
SOURCE Revelation Press