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Mr. Tyrrell writes, “Well, I for one shall delight in reviewing the Swifties’ corpus delicti once again. There are his Purple Hearts that his officers deny authorizing.”p>I am a Vietnam veteran. I have to say that a leader that gets three purple hearts in four months, is scary. Either he takes extremely dangerous risks for himself and his men, or he is extraordinarily unlucky. Either way, I would be reluctant, not to mention fearful, to follow such a “leader.” br> — John Christopher br> Sunland, California /p>
Thank you for aptly describing Kerry’s bizarre ongoing campaign. It is indeed a comedy routine. If only he had a unicycle and a seltzer bottle it might actually be funny.p>But don’t work against him too diligently as he does have the potential to deliver some hilarious one-liners (i.e. “â€¦I married up…”). Meanwhile his competition in the adjacent Vaudevillian theater, Madam Jezebel and her House of Horrors, is nothing but scary. br> — R. Trotter /p>
Having seen two articles in two days about Senator Kerry’s renewed efforts at polishing his Vietnam record, I find myself confused. I know that the Senator promised to release his service records and signed something, but for some reason all the pertinent information has not become available. He is thus able to go on making self-serving statements and have leftist web-sites disparage the Swift Boat veterans.
Perhaps your staff can track down the exact scenario surrounding the non-release of the records and publish it? This seems to be another case of a botched investigation and missing records at which the Democrats and lap-dog media are so adept at spreading the notion that all has been revealed and acting as if it had.