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Kerry campaign dirty tricks department

by Del McMullen / September 21, 2004 12:30 AM PDT
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AND they talked to CBS before, but it's all just an innocent
by Kiddpeat / September 21, 2004 6:19 AM PDT

coincidence. Right? Devil

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Far back as April 27 it appears.
by Edward ODaniel / September 21, 2004 9:49 AM PDT
http://www.newsmax.com/archives/ic/2004/9/21/123950.shtml

Appearing in Kerry campaign literature on April 27, 2004, under the headline "Key Unanswered Questions on Bush's Record in National Guard" was the reference to "verbal orders" to recommend Bush's suspension from flying because he missed a physical - issued by Bush's commander, Lt. Col. Jerry Killian on Aug. 1, 1972.

The April 27 Kerry campaign press release cites Killian's "verbal orders" for suspension as a "Fact":

"FACT: The order suspending Bush from flight duty stated: 'Verbal orders of the Comdr on 1 Aug 72 suspending 1STLT George W. Bush from flying status are confirmed Reason for Suspension: Failure to accomplish annual medical examination. Off will comply with para 2-10, AFM 35-13. Authority: Para 2-29m, AFM 35-13. (Aeronautical Orders, Number 87, 29 September 1972)'" [END OF KERRY RELEASE EXCERPT]


Wonder where they got their "Fact" back then?

Their timing on release of the phony records to coincide with the Democrat National Committee's "Operation Fortunate Son" certainly is worth looking into. McAuliffe said no one at the DNC or Kerry campaign "had anything to do with the preparations of the documents," but wouldn't let anyone pin him down to having anything to do with their distribution.

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