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October 26, 2004
This could be interesting.
Posted by Russ at 04:29 AM, October 26, 2004 in Politics
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Report: N. Vietnam Directed VVAW from Backcountry Conservative
New York Sun (via Kevin Aylward): The communist regime in Hanoi monitored closely and looked favorably upon the activities of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War during the period Senator Kerry served most actively as the group's spokesman and a... [Read More]
Tracked on October 26, 2004 09:37 AM
Newly Uncovered Documents Link John Kerry to North Vietnamese/Vietcong from The Jawa Report
The phrase Stalin used for people like this was 'useful idiots'. These were people who thought they were doing what was in the best interests of their own country by betraying that country. It always fascinates me when I hear or read what traitors wr... [Read More]
Tracked on October 26, 2004 10:50 AM
October Surprise From The Communists? from The Politicker
Alright, I've been looking over these documents for the past hour trying to pick out ways they could be fake. In the upper right hand corner, there is a character next to the numbers that most certainly could not be... [Read More]
Tracked on October 26, 2004 12:38 PM
Breaking Investigation On Kerry Vietnam Anti-War Documents [ Update ] from Diggers Realm
There is breaking news on the Blogosphere on new documents unearthed regarding John Kerrys anti-war movement being supported by Vietnamese Communists. In The Bullpen and Wizbang are on the case and doing some deep digging. Here's a small excerpt of... [Read More]
Tracked on October 26, 2004 02:09 PM
You can confirm the process by which SwiftVets
did their research, its on their chats realtime.
Navy Chief on Sept. 13 goes to take a look at Texas Tech.
The timing and process are all there in the real time archives at SwiftVets.com. You can see the timing, rationale, process etc.
Posted by: Do Gooder at October 26, 2004 09:50 PM