Your headline "Influence of Quayles Unneeded, Data Shows" (Part I, Aug. 27) says it all. After admitting that there was no justification for all the furor regarding Quayle's induction into the Guard, you wonder how much damage has been done.
Of all the hypocrisy, this takes the cake. Go ahead, ruin a man's political career by writing stories based on unsubstantiated facts. And the press and media wonder why they have fallen so low in the eyes of the American people.
All we want are stories based on truth and fact--not on rumors and innuendoes. And that all candidates be given the same kind of scrutiny.