Skip to comments.John O'Neill: He had last word in Vietnam Debate
Posted on 12/17/2004 9:24:06 PM PST by CHARLITE
The Houston telephone book lists more than 16,000 lawyers, some clearly more famous than others. Very few perhaps only one can credibly claim to have helped pull the hand brake on a presidential campaign.
John O'Neill had his day on the national stage 33 years ago, but this year he emerged from the weeds of his comfortable anonymity because of a burning belief that John Kerry would make an awful commander in chief and had to be stopped.
Love him or hate him, Mr. O'Neill turned a presidential election on its ear. For his drive, vision and influence, we name him a 2004 finalist for The Dallas Morning News Texan of the Year.
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I'll second that. God bless the swifties.
That might be stretching it a bit but he definitely did his share and more...and for that we are eternally grateful.
John O'Neil won and Kerry the traitor was destroyed.
John ONeil a true American Patriot.
"Love him or hate him" Why do they alway's say this when talking about conservatives or people that side with us?
The nation owes John O'Neil a debt of thanks that can robably never be repaid. John O'Nil and the Swift Boat Veterans proved that, among good and dedicated individuals working together, no challenge is so great that it can't be overcome.
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