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Swiftee justice

By Michelle Malkin  •  August 19, 2004 07:32 AM

The blogosphere has been teeming with great stuff on the Swift Boat Veterans, Kerry’s Vietnam War record, and related matters. A few that stand out:

Captain’s Quarters. Ed Morrissey raised questions about Kerry’s first Purple Heart claims and the Washington Times editorial board picked up on the angle, asking “Was Kerry in combat on Dec. 2, 1968?”

Power Line. John Hinderaker and Scott Johnson penned a fantastic piece for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, “Unwrapping Kerry’s story of Christmas in Cambodia.” Read about the reaction to the piece and follow-up here.

Prestopundit. Wall-to-wall-coverage of Kerry in Cambodia.

Patterico’s Pontifications. Dogging the LA Times.

Hugh Hewitt at The Weekly Standard online has questions for Doug Brinkley.

Meanwhile, it looks like the Snopes entry on the Swift Boat Vets needs updating.

Posted in: Swift Boat Vets

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