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Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Dean Esmay interview with Captain George Elliott

Dean's World has another nice piece of original, investigative blogger-journalism up — an interview with retired Navy Captain George Elliott.  (Hat-tip INDC Journal.)

As I've written before at some length (here, here, and here), Captain Elliott's views on his former subordinate John Kerry have been vigorously twisted by the Boston Globe and the Kerry campaign to make them appear to be inconsistent.  Read Dean Esmay's interview, and decide for yourself if they are.

Posted by Beldar at 01:41 PM in Politics (2006 & earlier), SwiftVets | Permalink


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(1) MaDr made the following comment | Oct 13, 2004 7:54:49 PM | Permalink

It never ceases to amaze me - the bravery of the SwiftVets. They could have remained silent and avoided the abuse heaped on them by the Kerry Campaign, the DNC. Lmsm, and the Left. I sincerely hope that they are able to set the record straight. I've never been faced with a decision these men faced - stand up and be heard while risking everything. I hope if I do, I'll be able to live up to their standards.

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