Skip to comments.Kerry's Intelligence Committee Attendance
Posted on 08/16/2004 11:32:45 AM PDT by Prost1
Sunday, Aug. 15, 2004 12:32 a.m. EDT Sen. Intel Chief Calls on Kerry to Release Records
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Pat Roberts called on Sen. John Kerry to release his Intelligence Committee attendance records on Sunday - as controversy swirled over claims that the top Democrat was mostly a no-show during important hearings.
"The easiest way out of this is for John Kerry and John Edwards to request [Committee Vice Chairman] Sen. Rockefeller and myself to release the attendance [records]," Roberts told NBC's "Meet the Press."
Kerry's Intelligence = oxymoron.
Is it not a matter of public record WHO attends these in their duties for the Senate? It should be.
I think it was Joe Scarborough who said last night that In the year immediately following 9/11 John Kerry didn't show up for a single intel briefing.
Ehem...Pat Roberts (not Robertson).
Why must Kerry request the release of his attendance records? Why can't these just be released by the Committee?
It's not for peons like you to assess how a senator does his job, you know.
You're improperly questioning your betters.
The non-public meetings of the intelligence committe are not regularly published, which makes some level of sense based on the sensitivity of what they discuss.
We don't need an agenda, just confirmation about attendance. Too bad kerry is hiding again.
Won't TehRaaaaaayZuh wan't to know where he was when he said, "Sorry luvy but I've got important Security issues to attend to".
oxymoron=skincream for really stupid people!
Kerry is already toast. Burned toast. He'll never recover from the Swiftboat hit. Never.
Kerry taking a break from campaigning stops the attacks on him about his attendance at "INTELLIGENCE " school.
Luuuuucy ! You got some 'splainin to do...
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