Saturday, July 24, 2004

Everyone Knows Bush Is a Snivelling Coward 

Never thought I'd see this on the front page of the New York Times:
But the question that voters seem to be wrestling with now is not whether Mr. Bush is a legitimate president but whether he is a trustworthy one.
(It's actually the last sentence of the article, but for a while this morning it was the sub-headline.)

In other bad news for Bush, the heroes hate America--
New York Police and Fire Unions to Picket G.O.P. Events
--and guess what?
Pentagon Finds Payroll Records for Bush's Military Service
Defense officials yesterday attributed the earlier contention that the records had been destroyed to confusion over which boxes contained the relevant microfilm files at the Federal Records Center in Denver. The boxes are numbered, and the numbers are indexed in a binder, but government employees hunting for Bush's records last winter could not find the binder.
Whoops--I see. OK, well, good news, right? Not really:
Bush's Military Records Fail to Dispel AWOL Charges

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some of President Bush's missing Air National Guard records during the Vietnam War years, previously said to be destroyed, turned up on Friday but offered no new evidence to dispel charges by Democrats that he was absent without leave.
Could it be that the charges can't be dispelled because they're, um, true?


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