Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Kerry Signs Military Records Release Form 180

For months leading up the 2004 election, and even now, the Swift Boat Vets and other right leaning fear mongers have been clamoring for Kerry to sign form 180, insinuating he has something to hide in his military record.

Soon their empty rhetoric and out right lies will, once and for all, be proven false. Kerry has signed form 180 which will release all his military records to the public.

Undoubtedly these Republican funded character assassins will change the subject and make up more lies to suit their purpose, but Kerry has the truth on his side.

The next time these lying SOB's start in on Kerry, they should know he's ready for them. This time the blogging world and press will be alerted to put the microscope on these unpatriotic shameful liars. We'll see how well their military past withstands close scrutiny. Their lack of honor and credibility will be widely exposed.

From the Boston Globe May 24, 2005
On Friday, May 20, Kerry obtained a copy of Form 180 and signed it. "The next step is to send it to the Navy, which will happen in the next few days. The Navy will then send out the records," e-mailed Wade. Kerry first said he would sign Form 180 when pressed by Tim Russert during a Jan. 30 appearance on Meet the Press.

The campaign waged against him by the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth arouses Kerry's greatest passion. "What they said was untrue," he said. He considered, but decided against, filing suit against the group, which alleged that he did not deserve his Vietnam military honors.

Kerry insists "The truth in its entirety will come out . . . the truth will come out."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just like typical libs you, will say anything...maybe form 180 will show the Swifties are telling the truth & Kerry is the dishonorably discharged phony. I'm disgusted you will call a group of honorable men a bunch of liars continually. With the BS spewed daily it is no wonder to me why the Dems control nothing. KMA...

12:06 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

The Standard Form 180 could release 'the full military and medical records.' Or it could release just a few. It all depends on how it is filled out and where it was sent."

"There is nothing magic about signing a SF 180," said former Naval Judge Advocate General Mark Sullivan. "It is sort of like your checkbook. You can fill out a check for one dollar or a million. It is the same check form."

"And the Globe story says Kerry sent it to the Navy Personnel Command, which is only a limited storage location. So it is not surprising that the Globe then notes that what they received was largely 'duplication' of records previously released. The Navy Personnel Command primarily stores a subset of service records rather than a person's full military records. There is no doubt there are a lot of after-action records missing from what Kerry has released," said Sullivan.

12:58 PM  
Blogger Michael said...

We need to see the SF 180 that Kerry filled out.

12:59 PM  
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6:27 AM  

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