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This blog used to be about politics. Not so much anymore as I have worked through my fascination with that subject. It now seems appropriate that with a new president and the end of the Bush nightmare that I move on to new subjects that are more in line with my current interests. I may still occasionally express an opinion about political matters but for the most part I will be commenting on music, photography and personal observations. Thank you for reading.

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Bush Awol

Democratic Veteran :: AWOL: Sort of the Least of It:

At this point I think Clark should, whenever asked about the desertion charge made by Michael Moore simply say: "I strongly condemn Michael Moore's use of the word deserter, we should be clear that Bush was not a deserter, he was Absent Without Leave during his guard service and Michael Moore is making a more serious charge."

"The wing-nuts/freepers have their own spin on this too, it never happened. Let's for a minute concede that. A far more serious (for an officer) and more overlooked offense is the failure by 1st Lt Bush to obey a direct order to get a flight physical and which would return him to flying status. As an ex-military pilot (and CO of a reserve unit) I can assure you that the powers-that-be do not take disobedience of direct order with too much good grace, nor are they too happy about 'rated aviators' who not only let their flight status lapse, but refuse to obey an order to become current again. Fact. No wiggle room. None. You obey or you don't, if you don't you pay. If one of my enlisted troops had been so flagrant about violating a direct order, I would have at least had him/her at an Article 15 hearing (Captains Mast), if it had been an officer, I would have had their nuts. Period."

I'm not a big fan of the military myself, but for others its pretty big thing. I'm sure I would feel strongly had I ever enlisted myself. As it is, I just watch with a certain amount of confusion as Bush plays the military card with what I see as very little respect for the service he so applauds.

McNamara (yes, that McNamara) has a few choice words to say about Iraq as well.

Onward christian soldiers?


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