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GUEST,guest from NW BS: Kerry and the Supreme Court (64* d) RE: BS: Kerry and the Supreme Court 17 Feb 04


"the Dems even went for Bushes dental records."

as nerd points out, nobody was looking for dental records. that's just what the whitehouse passes out instead of any records proving the issue under discussion. another example of smear, lies , and obfuscation.

"Where he got his testimony that atrocities were occurring "every day" with apparent allusions to the entire country side, is beyond me...Thus, what I saw may not have been representative of the jungle fighting in the South."

admitting you have no way of knowing either what happened in the south or what sources kerry may have had for his statements. in other words, your entire paragraph regarding your service is irrelevant to the issues.

"I realize that atrocities did occur, but no where near the level the leftists portray,"

what is "the level that the leftists portray"? another example of ad hominim attacks against a generalization that means nothing (leftists). also uses the grain of truth (I realize that atrocities did occur) then minimized by the irrelevant attack. more obfuscation. the fact remains- atrocities occurred- agreed to by you, me and kerry.

"The Dems started this round, and it ain't over..."

the republicans actually started this war service issue in the last election when they smeared max cleland and now it's coming back to bite them. they got a pass on it in the 2000 election. by the way, as a veteran, what do think about right-wing slut ann coulters attacks on cleland in her recent column?


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