Precinct 333

Saturday, September 11, 2004

Edwards Demands Bush Answer Memo Questions

As questions swirl about the authenticity of new documents about President Bush's service in the Texas Air National Guard, John Edwards wants to put focus on Bush, not the documents.

President Bush should have to explain newly released records that reveal his former Texas National Guard superior was asked to “sugar coat” performance records after finding Bush failed standards to be a trained pilot, Sen. John Edwards said Thursday.

“I think they are reasonable and legitimate questions the White House ought to answer.”

Excuse me, John, why don't you answer the questions about your campaign's connections to these apparent forgeries.

And while you are at it, how about explaining to the public about your deferments and your failure to serve at all before you start questioning the service of a man who fulfilled his obligation in the National Guard.

And could you also get John Kerry to answer questions about his medals, his efforts in support of the Vietnamese Communists, and the six year delay in his discharge?


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