<center><h1><a href=http://www.guardian.co.uk/print/0,3858,4856104-111675,00.html>Bush goes public on service record to ward off critics</a></h1></center> Suzanne Goldenberg in Washington Wednesday February 11, 2004 The Guardian <blockquote>The White House was forced into an embarrassing defence of George Bush's Vietnam record last night, amid conservative unease with his administration and its conduct of the war in Iraq. In an attempt to lay to rest controversy about his military service, it released 30-year-old personnel records which officials claim prove that he did fulfill his duties to his country. But it appears to have stirred further questions about the claim that he failed to finish his National Guard service. In a further blow yesterday, <b>Bill O'Reilly</b>, a high-profile anchor on the rightwing Fox News Channel, said <b>he had lost faith in Mr Bush's pre-war claims about Iraq</b>.</blockquote> Bill O'Reilly has lost faith!?! That's a bit like the Pope stripping off his robes and dancing about in women's undies. Whoda thunk it? When they start feeding on their own, its all over. Dubbyuh's headed for the bottom of the food chain.