Skip to comments.Bob Kerrey, Wesley Clark to speak at Murtha's anti-war counter rally Saturday
Posted on 09/27/2006 5:05:03 AM PDT by CoopEdited on 09/27/2006 8:52:09 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
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What a beautiful story! But how will you possibly accomplish all that while still planted firmly in your precious little chair?
Or maybe you just have a problem...
You're right! I was wrong thinking it was RS, which is where Kerry tried to be all cool and drop the "F bomb".
"Cyber squealer"? I gotta stick up for Petronski (not that he needs it). Without him, I wouldn't be on Free Republic. Who cares? Well, so far I've sent $500 to the Irey campaign and hope to send more. Others have undoubtedly are doing the same. Goes to show you never can tell.
Maybe you should think about how words like that will salt the wounds of the parents who stood there telling us of their beloved fallen ones.
Your opinion and the truth couldn't be further apart , and if you had been there you would understand.
Unfortunately, it's quite easy to tell. Sparse attendance at rallies, threads ignored even after major pinging and begging for bumps, cricket chirps when asking for volunteers, etc.
I appreciate all you've done, Red. But it doesn't change a darned thing. I can find some conservatives in Massachusetts, too. So should we start calling it a conservative state?
I'm kind of surprised to see Hugh Shelton stump for Murtha but I think he came to power under Clinton, didn't he?
Like Shinseki, Shelton hates Rumsfeld.
Thanks Red, I didn't know that. It must extend to Repubs too.
General Shelton, who took over as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in October 1998, serves as the principal military advisor to the president, the defense secretary and the National Security Council. The 56-year-old general and former paratrooper has been seasoned in a number of overseas assignments. He served two tours in Vietnam during the war, commanding a Special Forces detachment and later an infantry company. During the 1991 Persian Gulf War, he was assistant commander for operations of the 101st Airborne Division. And in 1994, he led U.S. troops into Haiti. Shelton came to the chairman's job from the elite Special Operations Command, which he headed.
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