That's kind of my point - no matter what is provided, it will not be accepted as 'the complete record' unless it contains documents that crucify JF'inK. There will not be any acceptance of a neutral record, or even a slightly critical record, as 'the complete record.' Either it hoists him on his own petard, or it will be deemed incomplete.
That's why I think it is a pointless exercise. I also think it is not entirely consistent with the ease with which many dismiss the absence of documents that 'should' exist from the President's military file. It is simply a fact of life, esp. w/ the government, that documents that 'should' be in a file often aren't. Either that is acknowledged, without the need for some grand conspiracy to explain the absence, or it is not.
posted on 06/07/2005 7:37:43 AM PDT
The government expunges records all the time. Since the revolution of the computers it makes it a bit more difficult due to mass storage and never ending servers.
posted on 06/07/2005 7:51:12 AM PDT
(The war on terrorism is not for the weak!)
That's why I think it is a pointless exercise.[..] Either that is acknowledged, without the need for some grand conspiracy to explain the absence, or it is not.
Forget it, dude. Yer just whizzing into the wind on this one.
It is NOT rocket science:
Date of entrance into Navy:
Enlistment commitment time:
His actions between '71 and '75:
Well known and documented trips to Paris to meet with the enemy:
There is no tinfoil involved with these questions.
posted on 06/07/2005 10:42:42 AM PDT
by Just A Nobody
(I - L O V E - my attitude problem!)
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