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May 17, 2005

Please Help the Senator

Jean François promised Tim Russert he would sign Standard Form 180. He promised Imus the same. Now if he doesn't keep that promise and release his war record to the public, people are going to assume the worst. Email Senator Kerry here and let him know that he can find the form at this URL:

Please tell him that if he doesn't stop clowning around and sign the form, people are going to think that the Democratic Party's favorite war hero is actually a sissy.


Posted by Van Helsing at May 17, 2005 9:33 AM


I agree that Kerry should release his military records. On the other hand, the fame of Bush's military record was so reknowned that he never made it anywhere near the front. Must have been all that money his daddy paid. I think it's funny and sad at the same time. Why is it that almost all soldiers, even national guard units, took turns being called up during Vietnam but somehow Bush avoided it? Does that not make ANYBODY on the right just a little suspicious?

Posted by: Joseph (OK Democrat) at May 17, 2005 4:46 PM

Ohh, this is brilliant! ) I mean, the photo-shop production.

"Does that not make ANYBODY on the right just a little suspicious?"

1. Bush did not try to run his campaign on his military record – Kerry did.
2. Bush did not endanger lives of POW by stupid and irresponsible actions - Hanoi John did.
3. Bush did not try to humiliate the war vets to launch his political career – Kerry did.
3. Bush did not make any claims with regards to US war atrocities – Kerry did.
4. Dan Rather tried to be suspicious about Bush’s military records (in fact there is nothing suspicious about Bush’s record it’s all been public for a while now - even in Australia).
5. Does anybody have problems with Bill Clinton and his military record?
No – he said he’d tried to avoid the draft and people accepted it.

Summarizing – it’s not about Bush vs. Kerry military records but about Kerry’s role in the Vietnam war and its aftermath and also his “high moral stand” which in opinion of many is highly hypocritical.

Posted by: Felis at May 17, 2005 7:48 PM

Thanks Felis. I couldn't have put it better myself.

Posted by: Van Helsing at May 17, 2005 7:52 PM