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Qtec
07-12-2006, 12:49 AM
This is a must-read! Its a well documented story on how Sen Murtha came under attack by the RNC propoganda machine for asking too many questions and demanding answers! He went[ in their eyes] from a pro-military war veteran to a ..........just read it for yourself. Its long but worth the read.
For anyone who still believes that the US media is dominated by Liberals, this should once and for all dispell that myth.

web page (http://www.patriotproject.com/2006/07/the_swiftboatin.php)

Q...let me know what you think.

Gayle in MD
07-12-2006, 08:34 AM
G.O.P. = Group Of Pigs! That's what I think~!

History will prove that John Murtha was the greatest hero around during this time of Republican Destruction of Democratic Principles, and The Law Of The Land! I wish he would run for President!

That Republican representative, Jean Whatsherface, who read the letter before Congress, even lied about what was written in the letter. The soldier in question, corrected her, and exposed her lie! Imagine, lying about something like that! They should run her out of Washington on a rail! She's a good example of Conservatives without conscience! We've got plenty of them around here.

Gayle in Md....John Murtha, a National Hero, more now than ever!

wolfdancer
07-12-2006, 08:36 AM
Q, as a RNC campaign strategy, it's brilliant. It's also an anathema to honest, moral poltiics. Smear the service record of your opponent, or those you wish to "quiet"....and make people forget while he's busy defending himself against the allegations.....that you managed to avoid serving. Nixon began attacking his rivals by spreading lies about them, in his first attempts to run for congress.....and it got him into the White House. I think the RNC has just upgraded and expanded his handbook.

eg8r
07-12-2006, 09:47 AM
If people were honest about their service records this would not be an issue. Kerry obviously forgot that those serving with him were still alive and had drastically different opinions of him as a soldier.

eg8r

eg8r
07-12-2006, 09:48 AM
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G.O.P. = Group Of Pigs! That's what I think~! <hr /></blockquote> That is as far as the mentality of a 4 year old will take you. Sorry you reached the end but at least you know where you stand. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smile.gif

eg8r

DickLeonard
07-13-2006, 04:38 AM
Eg8r at least some of his soldiers remembered his being in Viet Nam. Officers are not to be loved they sometimes give an order that will get you killed.

Try finding anyone who attended a Air National Guard meeting with the Fraud. That proved to be impossible, Try finding any record of him being in service or passing his discharge physical.####

Gayle in MD
07-13-2006, 06:04 AM
Unfortunately, Dick, These insulting little knats on here don't do research. They only check on Rush everyday to get their talking points. They soak up lies like sugar, and then help their Group Of Pigs to circulate their latest fantasy! Those of us who do research, are their worst threat! They go after us, as Bush takes on the big guns, the Scientists, War Heroes, Intelligence Experts, and the Free Press! And, Whatever you do, don't speak ill of any of their dead Corporate Thieves!
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Love,
Gayle

eg8r
07-13-2006, 10:13 AM
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Eg8r at least some of his soldiers remembered his being in Viet Nam. Officers are not to be loved they sometimes give an order that will get you killed.
<hr /></blockquote> At least they remembered him being in Vietnam? You don't give them much credit. Don't you remember the coworkers you used to work with who could not pull their weight. Kerry made it easy to remember, remember Kerry is the guy that hurt himself so that he could be sent home. They all remember him for sure, he was the loser that did everything possible to get sent back home. He is worse than those who skipped because when he left, he left his men a man down (until replaced), worse than that, the coward was the weak link that could have gotten all of them killed. You bet your butt they remember him and that is why they had no problems reminding Kerry and America just what type of soldier Kerry really was.

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Try finding anyone who attended a Air National Guard meeting with the Fraud. <hr /></blockquote> Apparently he did not make the negative impact on his fellow soldiers as Kerry did.

eg8r

eg8r
07-13-2006, 10:14 AM
Hey there little puppy, keep following along. Don't worry though, Dick will slow down for you if you see the hydrant.

eg8r

Gayle in MD
07-14-2006, 03:24 AM
Hey Dick, the whole world knows that Daddy Bushy hid little Georgie away down south, with a pocket full of cocaine, and all the booze he could drink! We don't even have to defend John Kerry. He was there, in battle. His kids have been sterling examples of the results of good parenting. Just look at all the drug and alcohol problems in the White House, Dick with two DWI's, and drunk when he shot his friend, Bush, refusing to answer questions about his cocaine, drunk till his was forty, and a DWI, his daughters, drinking and driving, his brothers kids on drugs, Daddy's mistress, Laura's un-charged vehicular manslaughter, just a few. Kerry, OTOH, served his country, spoke truth to power when we were all being lied to about Vietnam, had a sterling college record, and believe me, we wouldn't be in the mess Bush has us in if Kerry had taken his rightful place in the White House. His wife give millions away to the disadvantaged, while Barbara Bush gives a little money for Katrina, designated in advance to be spent through her son's business, and then takes the tax deduction! LMAO!
/ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif Dan Rather stands by his report. The GOP circulated the phoney documents to squelch the story, but the story itself, was true. I heard the officer interviewed who was there when Bush's people went into the National G. in Texas, and deep sixed Bush's records.


Love...
Gayle