Skip to comments.Attorney General Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut CAUGHT In A Lie About Military Service
Posted on 05/18/2010 8:18:57 AM PDT by Biggirl
Connecticuts Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, having just been caught in a BIG LIE about military service during the Vietnam war, is now considered damaged goods, and I mean DAMAGED GOODS BIGTIME. Even with any support coming to him from the state of Connecticut employees unions, he will be remembered for this brand new scandal.
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Great news. I was hoping somebody would expose this fraud so that the GOP has a chance at Senator Dodd’s seat.
EMBARESSING for CT!
EMBARESSING for CT!
You can’t embarass a democrat because they have no morals. But to extend ‘embarassment’ to the state where this typical democrat liar works is a bit of a stretch. Surely residents of that state realize the democrats are liars so this should not surprise and therefore not embarass the people who elect this scum.
It all depends on what the meaning of “served in Vietnam” is.
Are we to believe that all those hot shot CT dems didn’t already know this?????????
Press on-- more work to do...
The dems just love their liars. If he wins the endorsement of the dem party in Connecticut it will be a sure sign that the corruption is down to the marrow in Connecticut dem politics.
but but but Dick Cheney had five deferments!!!!
(and he caused the oil leak in the Gulf)
Yeah. But don’t expect anyone to actually HEAR about it on the NEWS!!!
Cheney never claimed to have served in VN. Honesty — you can always depend on honesty. If you are always honest, you never have to remember what you told the last group.
Blummy is going for Governor, not Senator
In his world, he’s a king,
He can do anything,
Or so goes the brag of McBrag.
Yellow cake yellow cake.
LOLOLOL..........ooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh this is just too sweet.
And it’s the big headline on Drudge right now.
Who’s the likely Dem nominee for Senator? I thought Blumenthal was touted for that shortly after Dodd announced he would retire.
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