Yes, but you see, that is just the point. Is this man truly a "hero", deserving to be lionized? I think not, especially if he has fraudulently claimed certain honors, awards and recognitions, this is all open for a critical look. He's the one that keeps POINTING OUT HIS SERVICE, like Kerry and then they squeal "unfair!".
When one enters the public realm in politics he must expect to be scrutinized closely; this is what can happen, that's why it is so important to be who you say you are, it's about INTEGRITY, honesty, loyalty and trustworthiness, anything less is suspect and rightfully so. I want people who are in the position to send my son into combat (which they have) to be of the highest moral character, anything less is a disgrace and I might call them to account--personally. These are not hollow words.
posted on 01/15/2006 4:26:28 PM PST
(We lift up our military serving in harm's way and pray for total victory and a safe return.)
Is this man truly a "hero", deserving to be lionized? I think not, especially if he has fraudulently claimed certain honors,
You are right, sir; and you said it very well. This is not just politics. Anyone who fraudulently claims a military award defames and demeans the courage and sacrifice of those who have received those honors legitimately. They deserve to be exposed and reviled, especilly if they are politicians.
posted on 01/15/2006 4:58:11 PM PST
(Democrats - Al Qaida's Best Friends)
You know, those words are very similar to the ones that have been uttered, muttered, and screeched by the left against Bush....
posted on 01/15/2006 5:52:57 PM PST
(Proud Marine Mom)
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