Friday, January 27, 2006
Sen. Leahy has some Sick Tastes
10:56 PM, January 27, 2006, said...
Yeah, that's the ticket. Make fun of Senator Leahy, while Chimpy's numbers are tanking.
yeah. that'll change everything and make the assholes who support Chimpy feel great.
Yeah. 40% president. Wow! That's impressive. NOT!
Clinton had a 60% approval rating while he was being impeached.
Bush is a loser. Big time.
11:01 PM, January 27, 2006, Chimpy McFlightsuit said...
heh. heh. That's what ay like ta see. DI-vert ahtenshun from my miserable failure of a presidency and make fun of a Democrat. heh. heh.
That'll make mah record look great. heh. heh.
Looky at Leahy. He bad. heh. heh.
I'm a real success. heh. heh.
40% of the 'Merican people say so. heh. heh.
40%? Sheeeeeeeeee-it. That ain't no MA-JOR-A-Tee!
11:07 PM, January 27, 2006, said...
It's now well established that George W. Bush never showed up for National Guard duty for a period of approximately one year, possibly more, in 1972-1973. Despite all the talk about "honor and dignity," Bush seems to have a problem meeting his commitments.
"Those of us who were in the military wonder how it is that someone who is supposedly serving on active duty...can miss a whole year of service without even explaining where it went," said [Senator John] Kerry.
Bush says he's released all his records...if that's true, then has anyone seen:
Any pages from Bush's flight log
Records from the Flight Inquiry Board convened after Bush was suspended as a pilot
Any evidence of Bush's reclassification into another AFSC after suspension as a pilot
Any photos of George Bush in a military uniform after 1972
Anything at all from any Alabama unit with Bush's name on it
Any copies of form 44a from the Alabama National Guard certifying attendance
Air Force Form 142 (Aviation Service Audit Worksheet)
Anything proving service (not just receipt of pay) by Bush between May 1972 and May 1973?
(And what is it precisely that the blathering right-wing pundits seem to think is missing from John Kerry's service records?)
Click here for a side-by-side comparison of publicly available military records of both GW Bush and John Kerry.
Hey George - Sign Here!
AWOL----absent for 30 days or less.
Desertion-----absent for more than 30 days with evidence of no intent to return to duty.
Is he guilty of one or both? You read the facts here and decide.
This is not the story of a search for missing records. We have the pertinent records.
This is not a hunt for credible eyewitnesses and first hand statements. The officers involved have stepped forward. We have their testimony and we have the signed statements of those no longer living.
This is the story of how George Walker Bush walked away from a years duty while in the National Guard.
And, this is the story of how he has thus far gotten away with it.
"I continued flying with my unit for the next several years..."
That statement is an outright LIE, which means the person making it is a LIAR.