I'm not asking if they are relevent.Spirare said:
Good grief, dude. FOIA it yourself. http://www.defenselink.mil/pubs/foi/91 16V Jetta said:
I'm sure the military still has detailed records of your pay stubs, regardless of what you did with your copies.Urlik said:
So, I take it then that your answer to his question is "no"? oke: :wink:VAB5 said:Good grief, dude. FOIA it yourself. http://www.defenselink.mil/pubs/foi/91 16V Jetta said:
If they ARE irrelevent why are you asking? No I don't have a link to them because you convinced me that a persons military service record should have no bearing on that persons qualification or not to hold a civil position in our government. Your double standard is patronizing.91 16V Jetta said:
The news sites probably have it....the problem is that there is no story there Jetta. Who wants to hear about some guy getting a bunch of medals for serving his country, right?91 16V Jetta said:I'm sure if they "were" available, the news sites would have access to them. Would have scanned them in, etc. I guess this is just like the "foreign leaders" that Kerry spoke with about getting rid of President Bush.
What a friggen POS liar.
Those are cheap shots, 'Poke. No reason to be critical of a guy who displayed confidence, courage, and aggression in a war situation. Sounds like he was a leader.LoneStarPoke said:http://www.usatoday.com/news/politicselections/nation/president/2004-04-12-kerry-vietnam_x.htm
Kerry full of himself:
" "John was a master at looking out for John," says Larry Thurlow, a fellow boat commander. "John has never been bashful about saying, 'Man, I'm a war hero.' " "
Kerry responsible for killing of an innocent child:
"Still, innocents were sometimes killed. One pitch-black night, Kerry's PCF-94 stopped a Vietnamese sampan boat after curfew in a free-fire zone. Kerry told his gunner to fire a warning round, but in the ensuing confusion the entire crew began shooting. Moments later, they learned to their horror that they had killed a small child, the limp body already covered by the child's mother. Although they had done nothing technically wrong, Kerry refused to uncover the body for fear, he later wrote, that the face would haunt him forever."
Kerry shoots guerrilla in the back:
"Kerry jumped onto the bank and chased him. The guerrilla fell when his leg was grazed by fire, but quickly got up and ran down a path. He was about to duck out of sight behind a hut when Kerry "dispatched him" with his M-16, says radio operator Michael Medeiros, who followed close behind."
Kerry awarded Purple Heart for a scratch and splinter:
"Grant Hibbard, the division commander, says he initially rejected Kerry's first Purple Heart because he only had a "little scratch" on his arm and a "squiggly" one-eighth-inch shrapnel shard in his left hand."