Skip to comments.Kerry's Dishonorable Discharge, Part II
Posted on 10/31/2004 7:57:04 AM PST by ConservativeVoice
There's been a lot of confusion, side-stepping and odd silences regarding John Kerry's departure from the Navy.
The Navy Chief who's been pursuing this doggedly is quietly toiling away. A DC rally addressing this issue, scheduled for today, Sunday, has been canceled. The Swift Vets and POWs For Truth are silent.
I have spoken with Don Nelson, as well as the Swift Vets, and can vouch for the authenticity of the original letter posted here. As for the truth, there's an all-out effort to get at it and present it with every "t" crossed amd every "i" dotted so the story holds up against the inevitable Kerry/Edwards smear campaign.
We'll just have to wait for Tom Lipsomb, the New York Sun reporter that broke this story, to do his work.
As a passionate believer in the Swift Vet mission, all I can say is "hurry it up, 'cause there ain't much time left".
Kerry is one of the greatest threats to our national security and integrity since Reconstruction. His collusion with our enemies, sympathy for anti-American institutions around the world and opposition to any application of American power would do incalculable damage to the United states and the cause of freedom everywhere.
Let's hope we don't miss an opportunity to reveal Kerry for what he is by being too cautious.
It's now or never patriots!
It has been mentioned that Senator No-Show missed many Intelligence meetings.
Is it because he lacks a Security Clearance?
Being a pardoned Traitor does not entitle him to U.S. secrets!
To bad after the election ahhhhhh!
Are you sure about this? I believe that if you are pardoned for something, that means whatever it is is wiped out, like it never happened. Does anyone know?
No, unfortunately Congress-critters don't require security clearances.
If they did 40% of the current congress wouldn't pass.
A Security Clearance is not something due or owed. It is based on the candidate's trustworthiness. Pass the FBI check, proceed to next step. Fail do not proceed.
Pardons do not make one trustworthy.
Kerry failed and fails.
I don't thing about 40% can get a clearance. That is why many are never allowed into the Intelligence briefings but must get the Washington Post version.
The access to the data is not determined by their trustworthness. If they're on the committee they are "given" the clearance and the access.
They "may" get kicked off of a committee if they're proven to disclose data.
But, they don't prequalify.
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