The Kerry Christmas in Cambodia story is surfacing among more and more mainstream (albeit conservative) commentators. Michael Barone writes about it here. Read the whole thing, but here are his concluding paragraphs:
Kerry’s Christmas-in-Cambodia statements, made over many years, seem to be
the kind of resume padding that routinely disqualifies political appointees and
damages political candidates. His repeated tellings of this story seem more than
a little weird, and usually we don’t want people who do weird things to be
president. Perhaps by the time you’re reading this appears, the Times, the Post
or the broadcast networks will have addressed this issue.
If they don’t, it’s reasonable to ask why not.