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Tuesday, April 27, 2004  

Wes Clark on John Kerry's service:

In the heat of a political campaign, attacks come from all directions. That's why John Kerry's military records are so compelling; they measure the man before his critics or his supporters saw him through a political lens. These military records show that John Kerry served his country with valor, and that those who served with him and above him held him in high regard. That's honor enough for any veteran. (NYT)

I haven't asked my dad--a Korean war vet--how he feels about all this, but I doubt he'll side with the drunken frat boy.

posted by Jeff | 9:24 PM |
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