Friday, July 23, 2004


Yep, you guessed it, the AP's FOIA request for Bush's military records for periods July, August, and September 1972, has a Pentagon official saying today that the earlier contention that the records were destroyed was an "inadvertent oversight."

The records have been found, and produced.

So, what do the records tell us?

Bush was MIA in Alabama.

Payroll records show Bush was a no-show. No duty served, no paycheck.

YT wonders how many soldiers died in Vietnam during the months Bush was partying stateside. Nice how the Pentagon released the info late Friday afternoon, eh? Fuckers.


At 3:43 PM, Blogger Drunken Proletariat said...

HEY! Maybe be nice! You might hurt Dubyas' "credibility." I just got off some guys' blog where he had several postings on Irans' "growing threat" in their obvious clear and present danger to the US. No, it wasn't satire or sarcasm, this guy backed it up with STATEMENTS from the US government itself as if it was PROOF. After all, a few 9-11 hijackers passed through Iran. If that's proof enough for Dubya, its' proof enough for all America, and the world. He also claimed that "the Left", (people like you) were undermining Bushs' "credibility" and leaving America helpless and wide open to attack from those nefarious, perfidous, and America-hating Iranians. WAR NOW! Iran is next. Come to think of it, didn't some hijackers come through Canada, too....


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