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Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Haven;t we been over this 4 years ago. All the documents have stated that Bush was honorably discharged and has done all his duties. At the end of his National Guard sutiers he asked for a deferment to go to Graduate School and was granted it. So what the hell is this all about. Also who cares what happened 35 years ago. I don't what Bush and Kerry did 35 years ago. I am concentrating on the now. nad President Bush is doing a great job on the War on Terror and I don't think that Kerry would be a good president.
XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX TUE SEPT 07, 2004 20:25:35 ET XXXXX GLOBE: BUSH DIDN'T MEET GUARD COMMITMENTS President Bush fell well short of meeting his military obligation in the Texas Air National Guard during the Vietnam War, the BOSTON GLOBE is planning to front on Wednesday, newsroom sources tell DRUDGE. The 1,500 word expose on Bush's records comes just hours ahead of an exclusive CBSNEWS interview set to air Wednesday night with a man who secured for the 22-year-old Yale graduate Bush a coveted place in the Guard -- a man who now claims he regrets helping Bush. The GLOBE claims: "Twice during his Guard service - first when he joined in May 1968, and again before he transferred out of his unit in mid-1973 to attend Harvard Business School - Bush signed documents pledging to meet training commitments or face a punitive call-up to active duty. "He didn't meet the commitments, or face the punishment, the records show." After laying dormant for most of the summer, big media picks up where it left off on the Bush national guard issue in a post-Labor Day filing frenzy. In the next hours and days, the ASSOCIATED PRESS, CBSNEWS, BOSTON GLOBE and NBCNEWS [who will host Bush author Kitty Kelley on Monday] will revisit Bush National Guard. The upcoming reexamination of Bush's records by the GLOBE show that Bush's attendance at required training drills "was so irregular that his superiors could have disciplined him or ordered him to active duty in 1972, 1973, or 1974. But they did neither. In fact, Bush's unit certified in late 1973 that his service had been "satisfactory" - just four months after Bush's commanding officer wrote that Bush had not been seen at his unit for the previous 12 months." Developing...

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