Chasing Papers

I used to be able to get to the NY Times online. All of a sudden, I can’t. I’ve make sure my cookies are enabled. I tried to register again, using another ID. Nope. So while I can’t get to this piece about the presidential candidates’ clash over values, I can link to it. I know it exists because it’s reprinted in my local newspaper today. The final paragraph of the article slips in this little bit of, it seems to me, important information:
On another front, the Pentagon said military payroll records that could more full document President bush’s whereabouts during his service in the Texas Air Natoinal Guard were inadvertently destroyed.
A further search leads to this AP article, which I can’t get to on the Times but I can on my local paper online. Included is this important reminder:
Bush was in the Texas Air National Guard from 1968 to 1973, much of the time as a pilot, but never went to Vietnam or flew in combat. Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts, the Democratic presidential candidate, is a decorated Vietnam veteran, and some Democrats have questioned whether Bush showed up for temporary Guard duty in Alabama while working on a political campaign during a one-year period from May 1972 to May 1973.
I can’t wait for a movie of Bush’s devious life path to come out after he loses the electons. Down in flames.

3 thoughts on “Chasing Papers

  1. You communists are pathetic. It’s no wonder the communist party chose a Jackass as their symbol.
    Every time I view Kerry’s Votox injected face, I get the feeling God wanted to make him retarded and changed his mind at the last minute.

  2. Um. Democrats are not the same as Communists. And it’s Botox. I can’t imagine a god that actually WANTS to make people retarded. It helps to spellcheck and check facts.
    “The Democrats think of the elephant as bungling, stupid, pompous and conservative — but the Republicans think it is dignified, strong and intelligent. On the other hand, the Republicans regard the donkey as stubborn, silly and ridiculous — but the Democrats claim it is humble, homely, smart, courageous and loveable.”

  3. Listening to the news today about the number of dead soldiers, it made me think that George W Bush is rapidly catching up with Osama in number of Americans killed for which he is directly responsible.
    He already went past number of human lives that he has extinguished in a cruel, senseless and directionless administration.

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