Wednesday, September 08, 2004

And now from the Globe

Along the same lines as Nicholas Kristoff's piece (see the posting, 'W' is for Waffler, below), today's Boston Globe also has a front-page story on how Bush did not honor his National Guard Commitments, and what's more -- suffered no penalty, indicating his high connections as being the reason for his being let off.

I hope he regrets his Willie Horton -- the coyness with which he permitted his surrogates to slime Kerry (not forgetting the sly, "I honor Sen. Kerry's service..."). His National Guard service is the last thing he needs to be a topic in this campaign.

The chickens, it would seem, are coming home to roost.

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