Dems set to start new attack on National Guard Records...

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    http://drudgereport.com/dnc77.htm

    I think that they'll check that these fakes are more accurate this time. :lame2:

     
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    In 2000, Bush opened his National Guard Association speech: "General, I am reporting for duty."

    Hehe. Where have we heard this before?
     
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    Maybe it's just me, but considering how the last 'facts' played out, I'll just take a bye and vote for Bush!
     
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    "George W. Bush's campaign literature claimed that he 'served in the U.S. Air Force.' The only problem? He didn't," slams a new DNC press release set for distribution."

    Huh????????

    If that's the new "secret weapon" they are not only factually incorrect, they are pathetic.

    Apparently the Democrats are re-inventing the language - again - to suit their needs. I suppose that GW's time in the Air Guard does not qualify as serving in the Air Force.

    Interesting, but stupid.
     
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    when are they gonna learn that people really don't care?
     
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    Maybe after they lose in a landlside. :D
     
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    Not sure if that would help, but hopefully open some eyes.
     
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    The polls show Bush leading by single-digits. Why do so many people on this board think Bush is going to win in a landslide? I think the ramifications of the 2004 Presidential election are huge, for both sides and their respective ideologies. I'm not saying you're being cocky, I'm just saying that taking into account the stakes, it may be a better idea to hedge your bets, be active in your community (getting people to register, getting your candidates' views out there, etc etc etc) and make sure your guy, whoever that may be, is a sure thing.
     
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    Vietnam was the greatest event in the lefts mind. They dont understand that actions during Vietnam whether its Kerry's service or Bush's service doesnt matter much to people in leading to an election. It only mattered when Kerry started bringing it up and he screwed himself over with that because people looked into his record like he asked them too.

    Many of us are a new generation of Americans. Many of us have had several defining moments in our life already. the fall of the Soviets, the Berlin wall coming down. And most recently 911. They are living in the 60s. we are living in the 21st century. 911 changes it all. We can either let it change us for the worse or the better. we can either give into fear or have faith and rise to the challenge that faces us. But pretending as though we are living in the sixties isnt going to make our challenge go away.
     
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    I believe this is simply a mix of positive thinking with educated guessing.
     

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