Did the SBV say they served "with" or "for" Kerry? The letter seems to imply the latter while the SBV imply the former. That makes the first charge in the letter off-point.
Second, they talk about the Doc that signed the card ... will they release the cards and other documentation to prove that this doctor had nothing to do with the treatment? I see nothing in the letter denying the doctor rendered aid, only that there is no paper trail. Which is it?
Isn't one sailor that did serve on Kerry's boat a SBVfT member?
Looks like scare tactics without substance to me.
posted on 08/05/2004 12:46:14 PM PDT
("I actually was going to throw like a man before I threw like a girl." JFK 7/25/2004)
You can serve with someone and not be on their boat. The boats traveled in tandem with other boats. When not on the boats, they were together.
posted on 08/05/2004 12:47:18 PM PDT
I heard Letson on Boortz this a.m. He says that he did not sign because the medic was the one that was supposed to sign. But he was called over by the medic to look at the "Purple Heart" wound. He said the reason he remembered it is that Kerry told everyone who would listen that he was going to go into politics when he got home, and would be president someday.
posted on 08/05/2004 12:52:05 PM PDT
(I'm not crazy. I've just been in a bad mood for 40 years. [Steel Magnolias])
Kerry went behind THIS doctors back and had another doctor sign the paperwork...
Kerry's money will be slip sliding away fighting this cause...
posted on 08/05/2004 2:32:02 PM PDT
("Never argue with an idiot, he'll bring you down to his level - then beat you with experience.")
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