Thursday, November 04, 2004

We Dodged the Bullet!

Thanks to the Swift Vets and POWs For Truth, as well as the American electorate's fundamental sense of right and wrong, we've avoided a disasterous John Kerry presidency.

To the Swifties and their POW allies, THANK YOU! You left your grandkids, took up the banner and, once again, put yourselves in harm's way to defend the country. We didn't let you do it the first time, more than 30 years ago, and John Kerry defiled your honorable service anyway. Now the victory is yours and you can return to your lives having seen a renewed nation finally repudiate the traitors of the anti-war, anti-military, anti-American left.

As for uniting the nation and healing the wounds. The liberal left can go to hell. I would no more try to compromise with them than I'd willingly engage in a civil discussion of the Nuremberg Laws with a Nazi in 1933.

The left is wrong, evil, destructive, venal, abhorent, vile, disingenuous, treasonous, immoral, corrupt, thieving, arrogant, self-righteous, condescending, seditious, greedy, manipulative, conniving, debased, dishonorable, un-American and unworthy of any respect or consideration whatsoever.

To paraphrase Mark Levin, I wanna reach across the isle to these people......and give 'em a slap.

In honor of the veterans that turned this race around and kept a loyal American in the White House, I offer you this:

Click on the picture for a larger version.

The text reads

On November the 2nd, 2004
"WE" will be vindicated, forevermore.
Coming together, all sisters and brothers
Those who survived, as well as the "others".

We suffered in silence for 30+ years
Scorned and ridiculed, we shed a few tears.
Jane Fonda, John Kerry. what do you hear?
The millions of Vets, siniging out-loud and clear!

When all the votes are finally tallied
Some will ask, perplexed, why Kery never rallied.
Pundits and pollsters will be confused
While we Vietnam Vets, will be, simply, amused.

For we wil know the reasons, you see?
It is no mystery for you and for me.
All other hurdles Keryy was able to surmount
It was the 58,000 votes, he thought, would NOT count!

By Anonymous

Mission accomplished!!

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Hints of a Bush Win

Democratic pollster Mark Mellman, in the latest edition of The Hill, seems to be laying the groundwork for excusing a Kerry defeat.

The article is here.

Based on all factors, economic, security and the Bush team's popularity numbers, he admits to the strength of the President:

So while Bush faces formidable obstacles, not the least of which is Kerry himself, the senator also faces a strong candidate. Bush is weaker than some other incumbents but much stronger than those who have been defeated.
In fact, he admits that "an expert forecasting model suggests that Bush will get 51.6 percent of the two-party vote".

All this from a very partisan voice. According to his bio, "Mellman is president of The Mellman Group and has worked for Democratic candidates and causes since 1982, including Sen. John Kerry this year".

Monday, November 01, 2004

It Ain't Over Yet!!

Former SecNav to Speak Out on Kerry Discharge!

A post on the Swift Vets' forum contained the following startling announcement:


I had a conversation with Bill Middendorf earlier today. Bill was the Secretary of the Navy from April 1974 to January 1978. I got to know Bill well when he was Ronald Reagan\'s Ambassador to the OAS and we worked together on support for the Contras.

Bill has agreed to publicly state that to the best of his knowledge and recollection, John Kerry was dishonorably discharged from the military and fought to have this reversed while he (Bill)was SECNAV, which Bill of course refused to do. When Carter became president, Kerry secured the honorable discharge from Bill\'s successor.

The OTH (Other Than Honorable)discharge story has been out for a while, but for a former Secretary of the Navy to confirm it is major news. WorldNetDaily will be headlining it, as should the Washington Times tomorrow, and possibly Drudge. For some reason, Drudge, whom Jerry Corsi (coauthor of Unfit for Command) just talked to a few minutes! ago, is resisting. I also gave the story to Neal Cavuto at Fox.

Jack Wheeler

If this is true, it could be a dream come true for our side.

Let's hope it's real and that it comes in time to have some effect.

John Kerry's Dishonorable Discharge, Part IV, Final

Well, Thomas Lipscomb has published what will have to be the final word before we go to the polls tomorrow regarding John Kerry's military discharge.

Here's the link.

Even if all the evidence points to a less-than-honorable, it's still circumstantial until Kerry releases his records by signing a Form 180. It's a pretty sure bet he won't do that.

So, don't expect any of the mainstream media to pick up on this.

Sunday, October 31, 2004

John Kerry's Discharge, Part III

OK, it seems Dishonorable Discharge is probably not the right title. Kerry could only have received one of those if he was court-martialed and convicted, which would be part of the public record. However, he most likely received a less-than-honorable discharge.

Earl Lively, a 30+ year veteran of the military makes a convincing case here. You may remember that Colonel Lively was the Director of Operations at Texas Air National Gaurd Headquarters when Bush served.

His contention, as was mine in an earlier post, is that the Navy is "stonewalling" the release of documentation that would incriminate Kerry to cover up its own institutional complicity in protecting him under Carter.

The Navy doesn't want to admit it succumbed to political pressure to restore honors stripped from a discredited turncoat. In hiding the truth, the Navy Department dishonors even the lowest-ranking sailor who ever swabbed a deck.

One of his key points is the confusion, compounded by Kerry's own disingenuous explanations, surrounding the reissue of his medal certificates. Kerry's version of events just does not ring true.

Senator Kerry has said that his medal certificates were reissued because he lost them (and his dog ate his homework, I suppose). Rewards are certified in one's permanent personnel record jacket. If you lose a medal, you can get a replacement medal if your records show the award. The only way awards would have to be reissued is if they were rescinded and deleted from your records. And this narrows the possibilities down to a dishonorable discharge or an undesirable discharge.

It will be a tragedy if we allow this man to be elected.

A Kerryesque Future?

I don't think this is far from the truth if John Kerry is elected.

John Kerry's Discharge, Part II

There's been a lot of confusion, side-stepping and odd silences regarding John Kerry's departure from the Navy.

The Navy Chief who's been pursuing this doggedly is quietly toiling away. A DC rally addressing this issue, scheduled for today, Sunday, has been canceled. The Swift Vets and POWs For Truth are silent.

I have spoken with Don Nelson, as well as the Swift Vets, and can vouch for the authenticity of the original letter posted here. As for the truth, there's an all-out effort to get at it and present it with every "t" crossed amd every "i" dotted so the story holds up against the inevitable Kerry/Edwards smear campaign.

We'll just have to wait for Tom Lipsomb, the New York Sun reporter that broke this story, to do his work.

As a passionate believer in the Swift Vet mission, all I can say is "hurry it up, 'cause there ain't much time left".

Kerry is one of the greatest threats to our national security and integrity since Reconstruction. His collusion with our enemies, sympathy for anti-American institutions around the world and opposition to any application of American power would do incalculable damage to the United states and the cause of freedom everywhere.

Let's hope we don't miss an opportunity to reveal Kerry for what he is by being too cautious.

It's now or never patriots!