Their press release last Friday regarding their article describing how some important conservative backers of the Administration have regrets about the Iraqi War is absolutely bogus.
"Rose has earned a reputation as a truth teller. The same unfortunately cannot be said for the editors and publicists at Vanity Fair. They have repackaged truths that a war-fighting country needs to hear into lies intended to achieve a shabby partisan purpose."
It's just another Graydon Carter (Vanity Fair editor) hit job on George Bush and his administration. The press release was published just days before the election to have maximum damage on Republican chances in Tuesday's election.
It's not the first time, and I doubt it will be the last time, assuming his ass doesn't get canned over this sham he passed off as non-fiction.
It's a shameless attempt to influence the election.