Skip to comments.General Staudt was retired!
Posted on 09/09/2004 4:34:07 PM PDT by Dog
UPDATE 12: In the August 18, 1973 memo "discovered" by 60 Minutes, Jerry Killian purportedly writes:
Staudt has obviously pressured Hodges more about Bush. I'm having trouble running interference and doing my job. But wait! Reader Amar Sarwal points out that General Staudt, who thought very highly of Lt. Bush, retired in 1972.
The more I look at these "memos," the more obvious it appears that they are inept forgeries.
Posted by The Big Trunk at 07:51 AM | Permalink | TrackBack (212)
This is absolutely priceless!
IT DOESN'T RAIN...BUT IT POURS!
The only part I'm uncertain of is "RFI". (please **** if necessary).
I am at a complete loss for words. Complete.
reaching for inhaler
The more I see of this, the more I am convinced that Kerry is being submarined in order to set up Hitlery for 2008.
I find myself LOL while just sitting here doing nothing. This is great.
It was sad, dear Lord, it was sad, dear Lord,
It was sad when the great ship went down . . .
Get a look at this!
What if they were fake on... JUST KIDDING!
I think this pretty much sticks a fork in my PA theory... now someone needs to examine the files on the secretaries computer at Bill Clintons Harlem Office.
1972 Email Casts Doubt on Bush Guard Service
(2004-09-09) -- CBS reporter Dan Rather today released the text of a recently discovered email from then-Lt. George W. Bush's Air National Guard commanding officer which casts more doubt upon the military service of the man who would become the 43rd President of the United States.
The revelation of the email comes just hours after questions were raised about the authenticity of typewritten memos from the same officer, shown yesterday by Mr. Rather on 60 Minutes.
According to the previously unseen email message sent in May 1972 by squadron commander Jerry Killian, Lt. Bush phoned Col. Killian because "his internet connection was on the fritz and he couldn't IM me."
Lt. Bush apparently wanted to talk about "how he can get out of coming to drill from now through November."
According to Col. Killian's email, the young Bush wanted to go to Alabama to work as webmaster for a Republican candidate's website.
Mr. Rather said the authenticity of the 32-year-old email has been confirmed by several Nigerian officials who specialize in electronic funds transfer by email.
I'm not sure, but I think I want the translation of that.
Holy cow! Whoever did this hatchet job,was a lousy forger,who was SO clumsy,that debunking it is proving to be easy and a great "game"! CBS was so damned stupid! LOL
Have you ever??
Has old media always been this sloppy?
Laughing out loud rolling on floor almost peeing in my pants reaching for inhaler.
Check out the Scrappleface above. LOL
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