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Bush or Kerry?

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Submitted by Paul Wade (United States), Oct 27, 2004 at 23:54

If John Kerry is the hero he claims to be, why doesn't he sign item 180 and give the public his heroic records to be seen? Is he ashamed of them? ... If he did actually win the medals he claims to have won, he would make Audie Murphy look like an every day soldier. And if he was a true American, he would not have gone to Vietnam to talk with their Communist leaders. If he wants the President's office, he should not try to keep his records private and silent from the his fellow Americans.
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