Skip to comments.Complaint against John Kerry from National Security Archives 1986
Posted on 09/02/2004 10:47:38 AM PDT by jazztrptman
John Hull denounces [Kerry, John F. Investigation of Contra Links with Narcotics (1986-1989); Democratic Party (United States)] for permitting [Communists; Journalists] to distort truth of Nicaragua in correspondence with Richard G. Lugar
(Excerpt) Read more at nsarchive.chadwyck.com ...
If this link doesn't work, here's the home page: http://nsarchive.chadwyck.com/nsaindexhome.htm - go to search, then type in Rudman and scroll through the articles - click "next records" about 3 times - you'll find it.
Is there some reason why you can't post it here?
requires a User ID and password.
Your link has expired and you must get an id to log in to search.
1986 is the year that JFKerry supposedly got access to the Secretary of Navy, Lehman's signature or "autopen".
I'm still figuring out this system - this was my FIRST post ever...so let me figure out how to post the pdf file - or copy the text or...(being a newbie is such a pain...arghh!! **grin** )
This article is a must read: Kerry's Disloyal Nicaraguan Journey. What Kerry did in Vietnam, he did in Nicaragua, and he is trying to do in Iraq.
Visit my John F. Kerry Timeline.
Thanks for finding it and welcome aboard.
Can't find the document in question. Must be one of those documents that Sandy Burgler inadvertantly stashed in his Fruit-of-the-Looms before inadvertently feeding them into the the shredder.
Glad to be here - this forum is fantastic - AND addictive.
More pings re: Kerry's dishonesty!
Yep, I know, I've been hooked since before 1998.
Can you folks help him find the file and post it?
Here's the way I found it:
Then clicked on search - I typed "Rudman" into the first blank - then I kept clicking "Next Records" - after about the 3rd click - I spotted Kerry's name in one of the abtracts. If anyone knows how to post the pdf file (letter) that is in the abtract - that would help!
Kerry always has been pro-Commie. He is an internationalist, you know.
From the web page:
"Access to the Digital National Security Archive is available to authorized users at subscribing institutions only. Please contact your ProQuest Information and Learning Company representative for details."
Were you at a library?
Welcome to Freeperville....you will meet many people, hear many ideas, be patted on the back many times and be slammed many times. A bit our own families.
Sheesh - I had no idea I was gaining access because of my employer (a university). I saved the file in pdf format - is there anyone to whom I can send this file?
Just save it and when you get a chance, you might have to type it up the old fashioned way as regular text and then post it when you can. Someone might find it before you do and post it, since there's probably someone here who has access and knows how to do it.
Please send me a copy of the Pdf, Jazztrptman. I sent you a personal message with my email address. This has to get out.
I am an HTML idiot who goes to HTML Bootcamp once a week
Can someone explain how to post an html image.
HTML bootcamp is fantastic, but if he is like me, it might take several days to get it right.
Bookmark this for future reference. It has been a life saver for me:
Bump to see if anyone hosts the file.
I'm guessing though if it's secured via password to only "subscribing institutions", it might be a violation of some law to post it for public consumption.
If this is the case, or if you feel as if no one wants to host it for other reasons, could you send me a FReepmail and I'll give you my e-mail address so you could send me a copy of it? I'd like to see it just out of curiousity.
Thanks (and welcome to FR),
You can, by the way, ask the admin mods to remove threads or individual posts if you change your mind about posting items- I've used that option when I made a mistake or said something too harsh in an argument. You might want to do that since you accidently came across the material while on your university's login, and I'm not sure if the university would appreciate that or not. You can do that by posting a message using the "abuse" link under the article and telling the moderator what you want done.(At least it isn't a Washington Post article- they get touchy if we post whole Washpo articles.) ;o)
Just find the image's location and type in this :
<img src = "http://somewebsite/somefile/image.jpg">
You find the image's address "http://somewebsite/somefile/image.jpg" by right-clicking on the image, selecting "properties" and copying the source.
Of course, the image actually has to be up on a web site in the first place. An image that is just on your computer won't work.
I want to see this.
"Sheesh - I had no idea I was gaining access because of my employer (a university). I saved the file in pdf format - is there anyone to whom I can send this file?"
Meek please contact this young man and please post this file for us.
If the pdf is in a recent version of Adobe Acrobat, you should be able to cut and paste text.
I have yet to be able to figure out HOW to do that!
Welcome to FR, and if you think it's good now be sure to check in tonight during Bush's speech.
And any Breaking news story, FR has more news than the "news" most times.
This makes it all the more possible that Kerry forged a signature for his medals.
The National Security Archive is also linked to Peter Kornbluh, Kerry's associate from the Institute for Policy Studies. They've edited a number of declassified documents related to US Latin American policy re: Cuban Missile Crisis, Pinochet, Sandinistas, etc. See for instance:
It was also Kornbluh who arranged Kerry's trip to meet Ortega in 1984.
Thanks for the heads up, Grampa.
Jazztrptman, I sent you a Freep mail with my email addy.
Send me the file there, okay ?
Thank YOU. Especially liked:
They arrived in the Nicaraguan capital late on April 18 for two days of scheduled talks with Marxist officials. On the eve of his meeting with Ortega, Kerry told the Boston Globe correspondent in Managua that the talks would "provide them [Kerry and Harkin] with enough information to sway congressional votes on the issue of aid to antigovernment rebels."
In an interview with the Globe, Harkin said that AS VIETNAM VETERANS he and Kerry "bring perspective to the situation here in Central America that perhaps others not involved in the Vietnam War might not have."
My, my, my.
I have Adobe Reader 6.0. In that there's a "Select Text Tool" icon in the toolbar. If you click on it, it creates a "highlighted" box that you can draw around the text you want to select. Drag the mouse to put the box around the text you want, then copy the text either using "Edit--->Copy" or right-click and "Copy to Clipboard". You can also right-click "Select All Text". Note that this will only work with text that was typed in, not scanned text or images.
Yup, so addictive the site's owner has a warning posted at the front door.
Jump right in: Most of the visitors to the Free Republic web site are attracted to our very popular (and, warning: addictive) conservative forum ...
Most of us blew right by that one. It's always the other guy who gets hoooked, right?
I'm not sure I'm reading your post at 22 correctly. If you desire the info on how to post a photo onto a FR thread and it has already been posted on the Internet somewhere, this is how.
Right-click the photo
Copy the Address URL
Go to Post Reply window in FR
Type this, leaving out the spaces after the < and before the > (the carats activate the HTML)
< img src="PasteYourURLHere" >
DO leave the space between IMG and SRC (stands for Image Source, if that helps you to remember)
If all went well and you're accessing a photo that can be linked to an external (FR) source, you'll see it in the Preview screen.
If you have a photo on your hard drive, it has to be uploaded to a web storage space such as http://www.photobucket.com first, and then linked, as per above.
I heard a rumor today that Kerry is coming to speak at Simms Park in New Port Richey. Have you heard anything about this?
A commie perspective, no doubt.
Did Mr Jazz aknowledge his Freemail from you?
(As a new one, he might not know how to look for/read/answer his Freepermail.......)
More than that, was alluding to Harkin's outing: he IS NOT a Vietnam Vet.
No, I can't say that I have. I'm no longer in New Port Richey and with the ruckus over the hurricane I haven't heard much other news. Hope he runs into a flock of freshly fed seagulls with some serious incontinence problems.
Welcome on Board!!!
Yes, he did. But it is a PDF file.
I'll have to try to figure out how to convert it to a JPG file I think.
Any hints on that in case I have trouble doing that?
But the document was probably scanned as an image, so no matter what the version of Acrobat, it can't be handled as text. If you create a PDF from some other source, say a Word document or html file, then you have access to the text.
Yes, that won't work for scanned images.
How many pages?
You can make a screen shot of each page in a different jpeg image.
Don't remember if pdf's have internal conversion via Adobe to jpegs.
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