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By Matt Margolis at 08:51 AM


Today marks 100 days since John Kerry promised, on national TV, to sign form SF-180 and release his military records.

During the 2004 campaign, John Kerry made his service in Vietnam the foundation of his campaign, and he attacked President Bush's service. There are many unanswered questions about Kerry's service that the American people deserve to have answered. John Kerry has the power to have all these questions answered, simply by signing Standard Form 180.

We're not sure why Kerry hasn't followed through on his promise yet, so, just to make sure he's got a copy of the form, all of us at Blogs For Bush and at PoliPundit are asking you all to help Kerry out. All of you can help by faxing Senator Kerry a copy of the 3-page form, which is available online here.

Here are the fax numbers for the senator’s offices:

Washington D.C. - (202) 224-8525
Boston, MA - (617) 248-3870
Springfield, MA - (413) 736-1049
Fall River, MA - (508) 677-0275
If you don’t have access to a fax machine, you can e-mail the fax by using a service such as MaxEmail or eFax. Or just go to your nearest Kinko’s.

We suggest you include a cover letter, briefly mentioning Senator Kerry's promise, which he made 100 days ago, and ask him politely to sign form 180 and release his military records.

UPDATE, 1:30 p.m.: Trying to fax Washington D.C. office now... Busy...
UPDATE, 1:32 p.m.: Retrying. It goes through.
UPDATE, 1:35 p.m.: Trying to fax Boston office now... Busy...
UPDATE, 1:36 p.m.: Retrying. It goes through.
UPDATE, 1:43 p.m.: Trying to fax Springfield office now... It goes through.
UPDATE, 1:48 p.m.: Trying to fax Fall River office now... No answer.
UPDATE, 2:07 p.m.: Still no answer.

http://www.archives.gov/research_room/o ... rm_180.pdf

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BuckyBoots...Kerry is presently serving as a US Senator from the state of MA, and is no longer running for president. What is so hard about that for you Bush supporters to accept? I find it astounding.

AND while there is no doubt that Kerry served in Vietnam, what did your boy do during the Vietnam era, BuckyBoots?


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http://www.prospect.org/print-friendly/ ... 01-27.html

Indeed...let's go back about eleven months to that famous news conference where Bush couldn't think of a single mistake he'd made as president. Do you remember that press conference that will live in infamy, Bucky? I do. Bush still can't admit making even one mistake...not then, and not now.

Yet, all the way from last May, a time you seem to want to go back to because you don't have John Kerry's military records to morbidly pore over, here are 100 mistakes made by none other than the pretender president named George W. Bush.

Furthermore, Bucky, I CHALLENGE you to prove, with solid evidence, that this report is a LIE and that your hero did not make these mistakes:


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100 Mistakes for the President to Choose From

The American Progress Report

Monday 03 May 2004

During a prime time press conference on April 13, President Bush was asked to name a mistake that he has made since taking office and what he has learned from it. Bush, who was unable to answer the question, admitted "maybe I'm not as quick on my feet as I should be in coming up with [a mistake]." But weeks later, Bush still hasn't answered the question. In the interest of assisting the President with this surprisingly difficult task we've compiled this list of 100 mistakes he has made since taking office:

Iraq


Failing to build a real international coalition prior to the Iraq invasion, forcing the US to shoulder the full cost and consequences of the war.


Approving the demobilization of the Iraqi Army in May, 2003 - bypassing the Joint Chiefs of Staff and reversing an earlier position, the President left hundreds of thousands of armed Iraqis disgruntled and unemployed, contributing significantly to the massive security problems American troops have faced during occupation.


Not equipping troops in Iraq with adequate body armor or armored HUMVEES.


Ignoring the advice Gen. Eric Shinseki regarding the need for more troops in Iraq - now Bush is belatedly adding troops, having allowed the security situation to deteriorate in exactly the way Shinseki said it would if there were not enough troops.


Ignoring plans drawn up by the Army War College and other war-planning agencies, which predicted most of the worst security and infrastructure problems America faced in the early days of the Iraq occupation.


Making a case for war which ignored intelligence that there were no Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq.


Deriding "nation-building" during the 2000 debates, then engaging American troops in one of the most explicit instances of nation building in American history.


Predicting along with others in his administration that US troops would be greeted as liberators in Iraq.


Predicting Iraq would pay for its own reconstruction.


Wildly underestimating the cost of the war.


Trusting Ahmed Chalabi, who has dismissed faulty intelligence he provided the President as necessary for getting the Americans to topple Saddam.


Disbanding the Sunni Baathist managers responsible for Iraq's water, electricity, sewer system and all the other critical parts of that country's infrastructure.


Failing to give UN weapons inspectors enough time to certify if weapons existed in Iraq.


Including discredited intelligence concerning Nigerian Yellow Cake in his 2003 State of the Union.


Announcing that "major combat operations in Iraq have ended" aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln on May 1, 2003, below a "Mission Accomplished" banner - more U.S. soldiers have died in combat since Bush's announcement than before it.


Awarding a multi-billion dollar contract to Halliburton in Iraq, which then repeatedly overcharged the government and served troops dirty food.


Refusing to cede any control of Post-invasion Iraq to the international community, meaning reconstruction has received limited aid from European allies or the U.N.


Failing to convince NATO allies why invading Iraq was important.


Having no real plan for the occupation of Iraq.


Limiting bidding on Iraq construction projects to "coalition partners," unnecessarily alienating important allies France, Germany and Russia.


Diverting $700 million into Iraq invasion planning without informing Congress.


Shutting down an Iraqi newspaper for "inciting violence" - the move, which led in short order to street fighting in Fallujah, incited more violence than the newspaper ever had.


Telling Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan about plans to go to war with Iraq before Secretary of State Colin Powell.

Counterterrorism


Allowing several members of the Bin Laden family to leave the country just days after 9/11, some of them without being questioned by the FBI.


Focusing on missile defense at the expense of counterterrorism prior to 9/11.


Thinking al Qaeda could not attack without state sponsors, and ignoring evidence of a growing threat unassociated with "rogue states" like Iraq or North Korea.


Threatening to veto the Homeland Security department - The President now concedes such a department "provides the ability for our agencies to coordinate better and to work together better than it was before."


Opposing the creation of the September 11th commission, which the President now expects "to contain important recommendations for preventing future attacks."


Denying documents to the 9/11 commission, only relenting after the commissioners threatened a subpoena.


Failing to pay more attention to an August 6, 2001 PDB entitled "Bin laden Determined to Attack in U.S."


Repeatedly ignoring warnings of terrorists planning to use aircraft before 9/11.


Appointing the ultra-secretive Henry Kissinger to head the 9/11 commission - Kissinger stepped down weeks later due to conflicts of interest.


Asking for testimony before the 9/11 commission be limited to one hour, a position from which the president later backtracked.


Not allowing national Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice to testify before the 9/11 commission - Bush changed his mind as pressure mounted.


Cutting an FBI request for counterterrorism funds by two-thirds after 9/11.


Telling Americans there was a link between Saddam Hussein and al Qaeda.


Failing to adequately secure the nation's nuclear weapons labs.


Not feeling a sense of urgency about terrorism or al Qaeda before 9/11.

Afghanistan


Reducing resources and troop levels in Afghanistan and out before it was fully secure.


Not providing security in Afghanistan outside of Kabul, leaving nearly 80% of the Afghan population unprotected in areas controlled by Feudal warlords and local militias.


Committing inadequate resources for the reconstruction of Afghanistan.


Counting too heavily on locally trained troops to fill the void in Afghanistan once U.S. forces were relocated to Iraq.


Not committing US ground troops to the capture of Osama Bin Laden, when he was cornered in the Tora Bora region of Afghanistan in November, 2001.


Allowing opium production to resume on a massive scale after the ouster of the Taliban.

Weapons of Mass Destruction


Opposing an independent inquiry into the intelligence failures surrounding WMD - later, upon signing off on just such a commission, Bush claimed he was "determined to make sure that American intelligence is as accurate as possible for every challenge in the future."


Saying: "We found the weapons of mass destruction. We found biological laboratories."


Trusting intelligence gathered by Vice President Cheney's and Secretary Rumsfeld's "Office of Special Plans."


Spending $6.5 billion on nuclear weapons this year to develop new nuclear weapons this year - 50% more in real dollars than the average during the cold war - while shortchanging the troops on body armor.

Foreign Policy


Ignoring the importance of the Middle East peace process, which has deteriorated with little oversight or strategy evident in the region.


Siding with China in February, 2004 against a democratic referenda proposed by Taiwan, a notable shift from an earlier pledge to stand with "oppressed peoples until the day of their freedom finally arrives."


Undermining the War on Terrorism by preemptively invading Iraq.


Failing to develop a specific plan for dealing with North Korea.


Abandoning the United States' traditional role as an evenhanded negotiator in the Middle East peace process.

Economic


Signing a report endorsing outsourcing with thousands of American workers having their jobs shipped overseas.


Instituting steel tariffs deemed illegal by the World Trade Organization - Bush repealed them 20-months later when the European Union pledged to impose retaliatory sanctions on up to $2.2 billion in exports from the United States.


Promoting economic policies that failed to create new jobs.


Promoting economic policies that failed to help small businesses


Pledging a "jobs and growth" package would create 1,836,000 new jobs by the end of 2003 and 5.5 million new jobs by 2004-so far the president has fallen 1,615,000 jobs short of the mark.


Running up a foreign deficit of "such record-breaking proportions that it threatens the financial stability of the global economy."


Issuing inaccurate budget forecasts accompanying proposals to reduce the deficit, omitting the continued costs of Iraq, Afghanistan and elements of Homeland Security.


Claiming his 2003 tax cut would give 23 million small business owners an average tax cut of $2,042 when "nearly four out of every five tax filers (79%) with small business income would receive less" than that amount.


Passing tax cuts for the wealthy while falsely claiming "people in the 10 percent bracket" were benefiting most."


Passing successive tax cuts largely responsible for turning a projected surplus of $5 trillion into a projected deficit of $4.3 trillion.


Moving to strip millions of overtime pay.


Not enforcing corporate tax laws.


Backing down from a plan to make CEOs more accountable when "the corporate crowd" protested.


Not lobbying oil cartels to change their mind about cutting oil production.


Passing tax cuts weighted heavily to help the wealthy.


Moving to allow greater media consolidation.


Nominating a notorious proponent of outsourcing, Anthony F. Raimondo, to be the new manufacturing Czar-Raimondo withdrew his name days later amidst a flurry of harsh criticism.


Ignoring calls to extend unemployment benefits with long-term unemployment reaching a twenty-year high


Threatening to veto pension legislation that would give companies much needed temporary relief.

Education


Under-funding No Child Left Behind


Breaking his campaign pledge to increase the size of Pell grants.


Signing off on an FY 2005 budget proposing the smallest increase in education funding in nine years.


Under-funding the Title I Program, specifically targeted for disadvantaged kids, by $7.2 billion.


Freezing Teacher Quality State Grants, cutting off training opportunities for about 30,000 teachers, and leaving 92,000 less teachers trained than the president called for in his own No Child Left Behind bill.


Freezing funding for English language training programs.


Freezing funding for after school programs, potentially eliminating 50,000 children from after-school programs.

Health


Not leveling with Americans about the cost of Medicare - the president told Congress his new Medicare bill would cost $400 billion over ten years despite conclusions by his own analysts the bill would cost upwards of $500 billion over that period.


Silencing Medicare actuary Richard Foster when his estimates for the Administration's Medicare bill were too high.


Letting business associate David Halbert, who owns a company which stands to make millions from new discount drug cards, craft key elements of the new Medicare bill.


Under-funding health care for troops and veterans.


Allowing loopholes to persist in Mad-Cow regulations.


Relaxing food labeling restrictions on health claims.


Falsely claiming the restrictions on stem cell research would not hamper medical progress.


Reducing action against improper drug advertising by 80 percent.

Environment


Abandoning the Kyoto Treaty without offering an alternative for reducing greenhouse effect.


Counting on a voluntary program to reduce emissions of harmful gasses-so far only a tiny fraction of American companies have signed up.


Gutting clean air standards for aging power plants.


Weakening energy efficiency standards.


Relaxing dumping standards for mountaintop mining, and opening the Florida Everglades and Oregon's Siskiyou National Forest to mining.


Lifting protection for more than 200 million acres of public land.


Limiting public challenges to logging projects and increased logging in protected areas, including Alaska's Tongass National Forest.


Weakening environmental standards for snowmobiles and other off-road vehicles while pushing for exemptions for air pollution proposals for five categories of industrial facilities.


Opposing legislation that would require greater fuel efficiency for passenger cars.


Reducing inspections, penalties for violations, and prosecution of environmental crimes.


Misleading the public about the Washington mad cow case and the likely effectiveness of USDA's weak testing program.


Withdrawing public information on chemical plant dangers, previously used to hold facilities accountable for safety improvements.

Other


Cutting grants to state and local governments in FY 2005, forcing states to make massive cuts in job training, education, housing and environment.


Link: http://www.centerforamericanprogress.org

When you visit the link, which I'm sure you will, please note the latest headlines from that excellent site. It's the lead-in to a story about a person who is definitely UNFIT TO SERVE!

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Furthermore, Bucky, I CHALLENGE you to prove, with solid evidence, that this report is a LIE and that your hero did not make these mistakes:


i challenge you to prove with solid evidence this report is not a lie, this just looks like some more typical michael moore propaganda crap, of course no actual facts to back up any of that ,it's all just opinions.

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i challenge you to prove with solid evidence this report is not a lie, this just looks like some more typical michael moore propaganda crap, of course no actual facts to back up any of that ,it's all just opinions.


Do you see any link to Michael Moore in the resources I provided? The sources I cited in the entire response are there. Try using your eyes to find them, Buckyboots. Also, the 100 mistakes report has links to the sources by the originator of the article...sources that are airtight and on record. But I'm not doing work for you...look them up yourself. Anyone reading this forum knows beyond any shadow of a doubt that you need lots of practice in doing research and in writing a definitive and coherent rebuttal about anything.

I made the challenge to you first, so your attempt to "pass the buck" is proof that you have no idea what you're talking about.

Keep spewing that Faux News garbage, Buckyboots. You're no more than a Republican Sin Eater.

I'm sure you have no idea what that term means, either. :roll:

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i challenge you to prove with solid evidence this report is not a lie, this just looks like some more typical michael moore propaganda crap, of course no actual facts to back up any of that ,it's all just opinions.


Opinions...

Just like the Swift Boat Veterans for the GOP and the rest of your sources?

Bucky, you are the Rhetorician, aren't you? That's some scathing indictment you've presented.

Kerry's Military Record is irrelevant at this point in time. Why do you bother arguing moot points? Fun? Practice? Wingnuttery?

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Is Kerry Still running?


Not to my knowledge, but poor bucky is lost without his Kerry punching bag... :lol:

cut the po' boy some slack... at LEAST this time he did give credit where the credit was due and provided the link to the article.


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Sorry...he gets no sympathy from me. AND definitely no slack!

Bucky didn't know there wasn't any mention of Michael Moore in my post, yet he "assumed" there was.

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Good one, DO.g's!


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Bucky didn't know there wasn't any mention of Michael Moore in my post, yet he "assumed" there was.



gee cathy if you could read and actually comprehend. i believe i wrote that your post just looks like more michael moore crap , i did not say it was. but i'm sure michael mooreshit would love to take credit for your opinions of Bush.

and NO seamus kerry is not running but he is a waste of a good republican seat.
also you jump all over opinions of how Bush is such a liar from other uninformed liberals , but it's funny you show no interest in your fellow liberal liar's .how partisan.


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challenge you to prove with solid evidence this report is not a lie, this just looks like some more typical michael moore propaganda crap, of course no actual facts to back up any of that ,it's all just opinions.


Here's what you wrote, oh, buckyboots -of- so- little knowledge.

You are entitled to your opinions but not to your own facts. The backups are actually in the sources I cited, which of course, you never perused at all. If you had read them, you would never have mentioned Michael Moore, nor would you have revealed once again your own ignorance about cited sources.



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:lol: So? Not a very good way to win friends and influence people, Bucky.

What do you know about Do.g's? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Just another example of your pathetic attempts to make up your own facts.

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and NO seamus kerry is not running but he is a waste of a good republican seat.
also you jump all over opinions of how Bush is such a liar from other uninformed liberals , but it's funny you show no interest in your fellow liberal liar's .how partisan.


Hmmm... You don't get it. Not a surprise. As Catherine has said, you're not entitled to your own facts. Chew on that a bit and make it your own. Opinions are not facts and opinions of opinions are pure hot air.

Support your assertions with facts honey bunch.


Mr. Buckshot, who obsesses about homosexuality a bit too much wrote:
Do.gs is a fag.


Do you have Gaydar Mr. Buckshot? It's like they say buddy, it takes one to know one. This is more of your pure unadulterated projection once again. Are you building a log cabin anytime soon?

I see... It's crystal clear... Your repressed homosexuality is once again rearing its ugly head. Are you another family values hypocrite?


Lets have a round of applause for Mr. Buckshot!
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Why are you so filled with hate Mr. Buckshot? Have you forgotten the Christ's teachings? You should love your enemies buddy. You're way too angry and divisive.

This is what Republican operatives such as yourself have been reduced to. You claim that "the left", "Liberals" and Democrats are hate mongers. When you get right down to it, the truth of the matter is that it's you and your fellow travellers who spread hate filled bile wherever you go. It's pure projection based on the oppressed bully model. Attack your victim and claim they're the oppressor.
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Not that I'm gay, but I am happy.

Must feel frustrating and pretty lonely being a useless mindless cog in a wheel, without the strength to stand up to an arrogant, ignorant God/Government/Father that won't save you; all you're riding is a cushion of hot air. :fart:

4 out of 10 Americans have serious reading problems and judging from your grasp of words and your spelling, I'd say you are in that 40% group. This is what makes up the Republican base Bush spoke of.

We'll continue to be your friend always, despite the childish, provokingly obnoxious little games you play. Games are the joy of slaves. Go amuse yourself with arena football or WWE.

Don't step in your own trap. Did I say trap? I meant crap.

Them and Us - a 10/1 ratio at the reasonable least. And they are willing to die for their hot air. Are you?

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ok cathrine what the hell does dog know about me , not a very good way to win friends huh cathy.

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Opinions are not facts and opinions of opinions are pure hot air.


so all of your little band of opinionated liberals must fall in this catagory/quote from you. huh comrad seamus .yep you said a mouthfull again champ.



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Must feel frustrating and pretty lonely being a useless mindless cog in a wheel,



lonely oh, i don't believe . the polls should be enough to show which side is really lonely.

a useless mindless cog, WOW that fag thing must have really hit a reality spot with you.

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huh comrad seamus .yep you said a mouthfull again champ.


And you'd know my friend!

Ten errors in one sentence.


Ten!

I dare say buddy. You said a mouthful.

After Seamus corrected the pigeon \"English\" Lil' Andy wrote:

Huh, Comrade Seamus_._Yep, you said a mouthful_ again champ.



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lonely oh, i don't believe . the polls should be enough to show which side is really lonely.


What polls are you referencing? Newsmax? WaPo? GOPUSA? Talon/Gannon/Guckert/Log Cabin News? Townhall.com?

Andy, you're doing some heavy duty wishful thinking there buddy.


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a useless mindless cog, WOW that fag thing must have really hit a reality spot with you.


Takes one to know one buddy.

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