Will August 15, 2004 go down in history as THE day of infamy

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Will August 15, 2004 go down in history as THE day of infamy

Sunday the 15th of August is when we should all start keeping our ears and eyes on this nation's media outlets of every type. Yes, tomorrow is the day that the book of "truths"-- hits the bookstores....I feel certain you all know what book I'm talking about, the one entitled "UNFIT FOR COMMAND"; for which Mr. Kerry will have to come up with some pretty good answers as regards some of his dubious undertakings while doing a four month tour in Vietnam, wherein he proclaimed and most likely compared himself and his so called heroics as another Sgt. York of WWI or Audie Murphy of WWII; only to return home and tell the nation; "here's what I think of your medals"...whereupon he throws them all in a bond fire.This man should never be president of these United States, in my humble opinion.
Or is it the intent of the left wing media to simply overlook his faux pas' and lies as if it never really took place?We shall see tomorrow and in the days to follow.

James
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The book has been out since Tuesday. The problem is, the advance sales have been so big that local bookstores do not have it yet.It is number on on Amazon, barns and Noble and I cannot wait for the Times to admit it exists!

Thomas O
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The book will no doubt usher in a new round of tedious 'we said/they said'. Without some bombshell revelation with definitive proof, it only serves to steer attention away from Kerry's dismal performance in the senate, and his elite, 'Thurston Howell III' attitude and lifestyle.
[img]http://www.rense.com/1.imagesG/andhiswife.jpg[/img]

Mark T. Cenci
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Shouldn't that read, "The Millionaire and her wife?"

LMD
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Thanks, Mark! I just choked on the carrot I was eating :D !
Very good picture Tom :D I would more than welcome a lawsuit of some kind from the Kerry kingdom against T.V. stations, swiftvets, all of the above.Bring it on, Kerry.Let's go to court. Then maybe we will get to see your military records AND the real story behind the man with a thousand disgraces.

Erica N
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Yee Haw just like W said it ! Bring it on !

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