They thought they were clever, but not quite clever enough. I’m blond, but I’m not stupid. Check this e-mail these clowns sent to me:
RatherGate proved that bloggers are the best fact checkers. That is
why we are writing to a few bloggers asking for help.
Yes Bush Can has collected several documents that are clearly suspect.
But we need your help to prove they are fake:
Let’s spring to action before these documents needlessly tarnish the
reputation of our Commander and Chief. You know the drill: analyze thehandwriting, search for factual errors, and post your discoveries.
And keep us posted by sending email to FakeDocs@yesbushcan.com.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Sounds like you’re doing a noble cause by spreading our nation’s leaders’ youthful indiscretions all over the Internet, right? Proving them wrong, doing Bush and Cheney a favor, right? Think again.
When further exploring their website you will see a page that appears to make fun of some of Bush’s policies and tries to make viewers falsely believe Bush has policies regarding various issues that simply do not exist. Take for example the draft. Why would this group attempt to gain support for the draft when in fact President Bush does not support a draft and has said he does not support a draft? In fact, it was Democrats who introduced a failed bill to re-create the draft into Congress only recently, with Rep. Charley Rangel, (D)-New York, being the sponsor who introduced the bill, even with Sec. of Defense Rumsfeld saying there’s no need for a draft. Therefore, since Democrats are pushing to re-create the draft, we can clearly concur that the clowns who sent me this e-mail are clearly Democrats, since they’re petitioning to re-instate the draft. Why would anyone want to re-instate the draft?
John Kerry says he doesn’t support a draft, but he also said he’s against and for the war in Iraq. How can we tell that he doesn’t want a draft when a fellow Democrat, Charley Rangel, just tried re-instating it and a covert liberal group is petitioning for its re-instatement all at the same time?Powered by Sidelines