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DNC supports vets… but from which country?

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By Michelle Malkin  •  October 7, 2006 05:25 PM

***10/8 update: DNC changes its site***

A military guy e-mails a weekend website blooper:

Thought you might be interested in posting this. The DNC website has a page called Veterans and Military Families where they purpo[r]t to care about the welfare of US troops. Unfortunately they couldn’t even find a picture of a US soldier to post on the page. The picture in the Get Involved frame is not a US Army uniform. The soldiers in the background are not in a US uniform either.

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My military correspondent says the uniform in the DNC photo…

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…is Canadian. Is he right?

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Any other military folks care to weigh in on either the uniform in the foreground or the uniforms worn by the soldiers in the background?

Here’s the DNC website contact form, by the way.

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Update: LGF has details of the original photo source, which seems to have been Photoshopped to remove a badge from the beret. Go read for the latest. See also Florida Cracker.

Blackfive: “…how screwed up must you be to post about how much your party supports the troops, but not know who your troops are?”

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