well after all isn't that what Burkett was accusing Bush of doing, LOL..
but at least W has a honourable discharge and he can prove it too
and W served way more hours than he was supposed to, even with his campaign hiatus....
the other possibility is that under the Carter amnesty, the military records were expunged of certain documents
however it doesn't explain for example why Kerry lied and said he was honourably discharged in 1970 when he was campaigning in his first shot at office when his own records show he wasn't discharged until 1978
and it doesn't explain the NY Sun story about what a Harvard Admissions Committee member said about why Kerry didn't get into Harvard Law School
it also doesn't explain why all of Kerry's citations were amended on the day he got into the Senate or shortly thereafter...
the third citation of the one medal doesn't make sense it is practically unheard of and the ranking officer who allegedly signed it said he never signed that citation....
must have been a rubber stamp, literally....
Until everything is posted for full viewing, and he answers for what is missing,
Kerry has not signed the 180. This is an attempt to whitewash the issue when no one is looking.
On May 20, Kerry signed a document called Standard Form 180, authorizing the Navy to send an ''undeleted" copy of his ''complete military service record and medical record" to the Globe.
This is a new one to me. What was said in this regard?
Could have something to do with receiving 4 D's his freshman year at Yale.
(Just heard it this am on the radio.)