Swiftboating, as it has come to be defined by the Left, is the political trick of claiming to expose truth while in fact lying. Operating under that definition, the Left repeatedly assailed Bush, the Right, the Iraq War, counterterrorism efforts and the entire effort to keep America safe from terrorism by defeating Al Qaeda. The Left said here's the truth: failure of judgment, loss at war, incompetence at all levels, all of which were demonstrable lies, but by repetition over a period of years proved effective. Polling tracked the disillusionment among Americans as the lies set in. Wrong track polling ran into eighty percent, and the credibility of President Bush was eroded into the low twenty percent. It's time to render a verdict. Who was right and who was wrong in taking us into the Iraq War, and what followed in elaborate and expensive efforts to protect America? The answer likely will horrify many Lefties for sheer emphatic audacity: The Right was right, the Left was wrong. Period. John Gibson will prove it.