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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2007 1:36 pm 
No one, except gullible Democraps, and other assorted libnuts, give any credence to Kerry's lies anymore. In fact, getting "Rathered" has entered the American lexicon as a way of referring to a high profile incidence of getting lied to, but finding out about it. Urban Dickchinary

It looks like the democraps managed to convince those looking for any excuse to believe Kerry.... that you shouldn't believe THOSE eyewitnesses....you should believe THESE eyewitnesses. Why? Dont ask why...

Great Job SL...it looks like you have successfully rounded up the liars that are willing to support Kerry's lies. What a tangled web he weaves...Or maybe....his tangled lies let him leave... :lol:


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Great Job SL...it looks like you have successfully rounded up the liars that are willing to support Kerry's lies.


Of the SBFT, only one member was ever a member of Kerry's crew.

So, you are saying the actual members of Kerry crew, like William Rood, who is now an editor of the Chicago Tribune, and the official navy records lie? They have been rounded up, and yes they all refute the lies of the disgraced Swift Boat liars.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2007 10:12 pm 
In a word, YES. In at least two instances Kerry purposely misrepresented the circumstances and the events that ultimately led to someone handing him a purple heart. Why? B/c Kerry wanted outta there and he knew that 4 purple hearts was his ticket home...


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In a word, YES. In at least two instances Kerry purposely misrepresented the circumstances and the events that ultimately led to someone handing him a purple heart. Why? B/c Kerry wanted outta there and he knew that 4 purple hearts was his ticket home...


You have called all (except for one) of Kerry's crew members liars, and you claim Kerry did anything to get out of the extremely dangerous service on Swift Boats, FOR WHICH HE VOLUNTEERED.

How old are you BB? You are labeling a man who VOLUNTEERED to serve his country in the most dangerous circumstances, a coward. Are you under 42 years old? If so, why the hell aren't you in Iraq.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 3:05 am 
SL: Why do you insist on filling your posts with misstatements and half-truths?
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You have called all (except for one) of Kerry's crew members liars...
Sure...if you say so. Where?
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...you claim Kerry did anything to get out of the extremely dangerous service on Swift Boats, FOR WHICH HE VOLUNTEERED
Hmmm…don’t take this personally, but your full of shit. 8) In just a few sentences you managed to misrepresent me by misrepresenting my words; and you also managed to misrepresent Kerry by (surprise, surprise) overstating the value/valor of his 2880 hours of extremely dangerous (not to mention volunteer) service.

JOHN KERRY TOOK THE SAFEST ROUTE POSSIBLE. That may be hard to comprehend now but back then you could enlist, which allowed you to CHOOSE the branch (army, navy, air force, marines) where you wanted to serve; or risk being drafted and let the govt choose. John Kerry volunteered b/c his chances of being drafted were relatively high, which increased the risk of him ending up in the jungles of Vietnam. He made the best decision FOR HIM at that time. In addition, at the time JK volunteered Swift Boats patrolled the oceans off Vietnam…it was only later that their assignment was modified to patrolling the inner waterways of VN.


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BwareBiass wrote:
SL: Why do you insist on filling your posts with misstatements and half-truths?


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You have called all (except for one) of Kerry's crew members liars...


BwareBiass wrote:
Sure...if you say so. Where?


Wow! Your short term memory loss is becoming acute. Here it is.

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Great Job SL...it looks like you have successfully rounded up the liars that are willing to support Kerry's lies.


Look, this has nothing to do with John Kerry. It is and always has been about George W. Bush. Kerry could have been any of the hundreds of thousands of Americans who served in Vietnam, and you freaked out Bush worshipers would have slimed any of them with lies if they had challenged your precious Bushgod. The fact that Kerry's military record was so outstanding, and contrasts so spectacularly with the sorry record of Bush going AWOL from the "Champaign Unit" that his rich powerful daddy pulled strings to get him into to avoid going to Vietnam, even makes your disgusting attacks on the courage of this highly decorated war hero that much more rabid, as your desperation to protect your little hot house orchid of a leader spins you out of control.

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Link: Ex-Swift boat skipper praises Kerry

For 35 years, Rich Baker seldom talked about Vietnam, Swift boats or John Kerry's ability as a young naval officer.

Rich Baker, 61, of Scott, who served as a Swift boat commander in Vietnam with Sen John F. Kerry, holds a model of the boat as he talks about Kerry's service yesterday.

But now, with Republican partisans challenging Kerry's wartime record, Baker said he feels compelled to strike back.

"Every Swift boat officer gave his all in Vietnam, but Kerry stood above the rest of us," said Baker, 61, of Scott, a former Navy lieutenant and Swift boat commander. "He was number one as far as courageousness and aggressiveness. He set the tone."

"George Bush has two silver dental fillings in his teeth to show what he did during the Vietnam War," Baker said. "John Kerry has a Silver Star, a Bronze Star and three Purple Hearts."


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 3:07 am 
Shoeless...or is it Clueless?
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Look, this has nothing to do with John Kerry...
WHAT? Did you happen to read the first post in this thread? It described the time that Republican used purple-hearted band-aids to demean Kerry as one of the "sickest" incidents in the history of American politics. I think this has just a little to do with Kerry.

I find it interesting that the simple fact that Kerry went to VN makes his military more impressive than Bush's. However, even though it makes you sound like a ridiculous, hypocritical, buffoon, you say things like
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rather than even consider that Kerry’s Vietnam service may not have been as heroic as he said. Lord knows it was more heroic than Bush’s (that’s not even debatable)…but Bush’s lack of heroics doesn’t make Kerry any more heroic. But it does make you less credible…you won’t even consider Kerry may have fudged ONE word, on one document, related to one of his purple hearts.

Can you name one mistake that Kerry made in the 2004 campaign that contributed to his loss in the general election?

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BwareBiass wrote:
WHAT? Did you happen to read the first post in this thread? It described the time that Republican used purple-hearted band-aids to demean Kerry as one of the "sickest" incidents in the history of American politics. I think this has just a little to do with Kerry.


I hate to repeat myself, but the disgusting behavior of the unAmerican Republican hypocrites you so admire prove my point. Read what I said again and try to pay attention this time. Kerry could have been any of the hundreds of thousands of Americans who served in Vietnam, and you freaked out Bush worshipers would have slimed any of them with lies if they had challenged your precious Bushgod.

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