Skip to comments.Breaking News from NewsMax.com. THE FILM KERRY DOESN'T WANT YOU TO SEE--AUSTIN,TX AREA
Posted on 11/01/2004 4:28:41 AM PST by Sen Jack S. Fogbound
Breaking News from NewsMax.com
NewsMax will continue to air 'Stolen Honor' on Pax-TV. This is the film John Kerry does not want you to see!
Here is the remaining schedule:
--Monday, Nov. 1 - 8:00 AM --Monday, Nov. 1 - Noon --Tuesday, Nov. 2 - 12:30 AM
PAX-TV, CHANNEL 38 ON CABLE IN THE AUSTIN, TX AREA.
RECORD THIS ON YOUR VCR AND PASS IT AROUND TO YOUR FRIENDS!
Channel 255 on Direct TV.....
Its on PAX right now. I'm watching it again.
What's the website that plays it? I've got twelve Democratic "friends" coming over at eight o'clock this morning to watch it on my computer and I haven't been able to find it. I've only been looking for ten minutes but I don't have much time -- 45 more minutes. I have to make coffee and try to compose myself so I don't start picking them off one by one as they arrive. LOL.
Here ya go. It's on in Florida, Channel 18 8 am.
The whole 42:09 Stolen Honor online FREE right now! E-mail it NOW!
You're a champ. I've got a big 'ol monitor and eight of my friends are ex-military. This is gonna play great and knock their socks off. They've all "heard about" the video but I'm the only one among us who is the least bit "literate" on a computer. We're all old geezers.
Texas is easily in GW's corner, but my theory is to continue the fight until the polls close tomorrow . . . safe state or not.
My nephew's in Iraq. He's not taking the day off and neither am I.
Please excuse this tiny vanity . . . my nephew was scheduled to rotate out of Iraq this month. Him and his best friend are taking the place of two of their replacements who had personal tragedies befall their families.
I haven't seen him for a long, long time and I was mad as hell at him . . . at first. He's the closest thing I'll have to a son and I thought . . . by God, he's done his part.
He's already fought in Afghanistan and Iraq and it was time for him to get away for awhile. We already had a big, big Thanksgiving and Christmas planned.
Then he dropped this on me. I was absolutely devastated. He won't have to serve another full cycle . . . but he won't get home until February or March where he was scheduled to come home in two or three weeks. Yup, I'm ashamed to admit I was mad as hell.
Then I re-read his email explaining his decisions. You know what his reasons were?
1. "We as a country have a job to do."
2. "I'm single, most everyone else is married and except for you, ____, ____, and ____ -- his sisters -- I don't have families to tend to."
3. "Most important of all, we promised Zeyad we would build him and his friends a soccer field. We're nearly finished . . . but not quite."
Again, please forgive my shameless pride, but isn't that amazing? Young men like my nephew and his crew are why we're the greatest country the world has ever known.
By the way, Zeyad is a twelve year-old who lost both his parents to Saddam's henchmen. When my nephew's unit "adopted" him off the streets he wouldn't talk, smile, and my nephew never heard him laugh. He couldn't read or write and he'd never had ANY formal education. Zeyad is now "nearly" bilingual, he's reading at a seventh-grade level, he laughs uproariously every time he watches his favorite movie . . . The Lion King . . . and he recently had his IQ measured at 120. And, according to my nephew, he's a helluva soccer player who needs a "real" soccer field to play on.
God I love my nephew.
Sorry . . . vanity over.