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Sat Sep 11 12:49:23 EDT 2004
On 9/10/04 11:33 PM, "Michael Czeiszperger" <michael at czeiszperger.org>
> On Sep 10, 2004, at 10:51 PM, Thomas wrote:
>> It does tend to distract one from a specific question: why did Lt.
>> Bush avoid the medical exam that he was given a specific written order
>> to have?
> I don't think the national guard stuff is going to hurt President Bush
> at all. Everyone already knows his family used their political
> influence to get him into the guard in order to avoid service in
> Vietnam, and that as a fun-loving offspring off the very rich he
> partied too much and was irresponsible. The important thing now is
> that he's found Christ, and will use his power to save the unborn and
> protect us from the godless heathens.
I think the issue for many, is not what W. did thirty years ago, but what he
and his handlers/minions have done since then regarding explaining his early
departure from the Guard. As the Republicans showed us during Clinton's
impeachment, the original act is not as relevant as the subsequent cover up.
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