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Wednesday, January 28, 2004

Mackubin Thomas Owens on John Kerry on National Review Online: "Stolen Valor made it clear why John Kerry's testimony in 1971 slandered an entire generation of soldiers. Kerry gave credence to the claim that the war was fought primarily by reluctant draftees, predominantly composed of the poor, the young, or racial minorities.

The record shows something different, indicating that 86 percent of those who died during the war were white and 12.5 percent were black, from an age group in which blacks comprised 13.1 percent of the population. Two thirds of those who served in Vietnam were volunteers, and volunteers accounted for 77 percent of combat deaths."

This impostor must never be allowed to be Commander-in-Chief of the greatest military in the world. Read this entire article. Please!!
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