Well that was a no brainer, wasn't it? <br>How long is it going to take now for the Bush campaign to "suggest" that it was the Kerry campaign that produced forged documents?<br><br>I'm sure it's already out there somewhere...**yawn** <br><br>
Hey fair is fair. Kerry has blamed the Bush campain directly for the swift boat vets. Face it, this is going to go down as the ugliest campain in history, for both sides.<br><br><br>Salus populi suprema lex
Salus populi suprema lex
I'm with you. These are probably fake, and instead of a group of old war veterans this is a high powered news media outlet. Its embarrassing as hell (or it should be). I don't know if these documents leave a trail back to the democratic party any more than the swift boats do to the Rove machine, but they're both very suspicious to be sure.<br><br>You got it right, its ugly on both sides and I hope this crap doesn't sway voters that should be thinking about the issues... but it probably will. <br><br>
Issues? I don't think issues are going to sway undecided voters at this point. I think between Nov. 2 and now it's just a matter of who f*cks up on camera and how hard the media plays it. It could happen to either guy.<br><br><br><br>
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