By Michelle Malkin · October 07, 2006 05:25 PM A military guy e-mails a weekend website blooper: Thought you might be interested in posting this. The DNC website has a page called Veterans and Military Families where they purpo[r]t to care about the welfare of US troops. Unfortunately they couldn't even find a picture of a US soldier to post on the page. The picture in the Get Involved frame is not a US Army uniform. The soldiers in the background are not in a US uniform either. My military correspondent says the uniform in the DNC photo... ...is Canadian. Is he right? http://michellemalkin.com/archives/006073.htm http://www.democrats.org/a/communities/veterans_and_military_families/ I found this over atLGFs site.... And heres a zoomed-in version showing the incredibly obvious rubber-stamping and blurring of the badge area: http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/?entry=22868_Democratic_Party_Fauxtoshops_Veteran&only Heres our Canadian soldier in a better mood, no longer fretting about the ill treatment hes received from the Republicans. (Hat tip: Catttt.) There is also a version of this photo posted at iStockPhoto that has been photoshopped to remove the badge, so its possible that the DNC didnt do the alteration themselves, but went searching for a photo of a soldier looking grim and seized on this one without noticing (or apparently, caring) that it wasnt a US soldier.