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A little more political research today. If you've seen my wife's blog, you've seen the link to Swift Vets for Truth, John Kerry's "band of brothers," who have a surprisingly different take on him than the Kerry campaign has been saying.

Furthermore, I found a link from an Egyptian blogger's website (a fellow known as Big Pharaoh) to a description of Kerry's testimony to the U.S. Senate in 1971, in which he not only describes numerous war crimes that never happened, but also advises the Senate in matters of global political policy. Such as unconditional surrenders.

Now, granted, a man's political views and policies may change over the course of a few decades, but many of the things Kerry has suggested in his 2004 campaign statements have a disturbing similarity to his philosophies in the old Jane Fonda days.

More disturbing than that was this article on National Review Online authored by Ion Mihai Pacepa, a "spy chief and a general in the former Soviet satellite of Romania," who describes the origin of much Vietnam-era anti-war material, which he claims still serves as a basis for the antiwar movement of today. Coupled with the negative reaction of Poles to Fahrenheit 9/11, I find a great deal of credibility in his claims...

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