|08-07-2004, 02:39 AM||#1|
Mo' holla fo' yo' dolla!
Join Date: Dec 2002
Location: In a bunker in an undisclosed location
Alabama Mail Room Veterans for Bush
Friday August 06, 2004
WASHINGTON D.C., Aug. 6th, 2004, For Immediate Release -- Regnery Publishing today announced publication of a new book, "Alabama Mail Room Veterans for Bush". This explosive new blockbuster reveals the truth about Bush's service in the Air National Guard, and puts to rest once and for all questions about his attendance.
Through interviews with a courageous band of brothers, the Alabama Air National Guard Mail Room veterans who served alongside Bush, the book portrays the heroic duty and sacrifice that shaped a young Bush's future and made him the leader that he is today.
"This one time we got in a whole mail bag full of absentee ballots for the guys on the base. George knew the guys were working hard to defend freedom and had a lot on their minds being away from their families and all. So without even being asked, he took it upon himself to fill out all those ballots for the guys and send them back in. That says a lot about his character. His first thought was for the guys. So don't tell me he won't support our troops and our veterans."
--Pfc. Woody Johnson, AANG
"I was personally waiting in the base dentist's office reception area while George had a deep cleaning. Let me tell you, that's torture. And those guys over there in the Hanoi Hilton thought they had it bad. Bush took it like a man, not like that p***Y McCain."
--Cpl. Jake Leghorn, AANG
"One night over at the Dixie Cup this dude came in and started playing some hippie trash on the jukebox. George just walked over, dropped in four quarters, and played 'Okie from Muskogee' twenty times in a row. Just like that -- no fear, no hesitation. That other dude slinked on out with his tail between his legs, sort of like that Saddam guy, and we all had a good laugh. As I recall, it was a Wurlitzer jukebox."
--Sgt. Buddy Looper, AANG