Urbin Report

Friday, August 27, 2004

Don't forget the post-war behavior...

As Mr. Reynolds points out:

That said, the medal issue is really a distraction. It's Kerry's postwar behavior that deserves more scrutiny. Here's his 1971 testimony. And here's a 1971 TV interview where he talks about throwing away his medals, and about opposing the war "right there in Vietnam," and about how veterans, especially minority veterans, remain a menace after returning to America because they're angry and were "taught to kill." He backs away a bit later, in an early version of his signature straddle, but it's still pretty damning stuff.

He has more, read it.
Oh ya, you can read John Kerry's book.