July 27, 2004

24 Honorable Men say No.

You know, when a man or woman so selflessly does what these men have done, and by doing so saved the lives of their fellows, and did it not for glory but for honor, it would behoove us to pay attention when they talk.

You know by their actions that they do what's right because it's what's right. You know they are motivated by love of their country and duty to their fellow countrymen. You know that when they say something like this, it is not politics as usual for them. It's genuine, it's sincere, and it bears our attention.

First the Swiftboat Vets. Then the combined officers of the theatre. Now the Medal of Honor recipients.

What more do some people need?

Posted by Mamamontezz at July 27, 2004 06:54 PM

It re-enforces my dislike for the man even more, but what is more distressing is that so many sycophants are fawning over him. The only man I know of that has aided and abetted an enemy of the United States during war and never been held accountable but promoted to high office with obvious esteem. Barf.

Posted by: Jack at July 27, 2004 09:49 PM

poker me up

Posted by: poker me up at December 30, 2004 02:44 PM
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