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October 08, 2006

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» DNC supports vets...but from which country? from Michelle Malkin
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... [Read More]

» Who's Soldiers? from The Max Factor
This is shameful. On the DNC website for Veterans and Military Families , they cannot EVEN get photos of our OWN TROOPS! They're Canadian! Photoshopped to boot! No problem... I helped them below so they know what a US Soldier looks like. [Read More]

» We Support The Troops -- So What If We Don't Know What They Look Like from Wizbang
Michelle Malkin has a hilarious post about the Democrats' efforts to portray themselves as a party that supports military veterans. What is so funny about it is that along with their "We Support Vets" campaign they ran a picture... [Read More]

» Who's Soldiers? from The Max Factor
This is shameful. On the DNC website for Veterans and Military Families , they cannot EVEN get photos of our OWN TROOPS! They're Canadian! Photoshopped to boot! No problem... I helped them below so they know what a US Soldier looks like. [Read More]

» This is how the DNC Supports Our Troops from Webloggin
(Photoshop Fun) At a time when our nation is asking great sacrifices of our brave men and women the Democrat Party can’t even bother to put a picture of a United States soldier on their veterans and military families’ website. ... [Read More]

» They Support the Troops! from Stubborn Facts
The page was changed after people noticed that the pictures were not of American troops, but Canadian ones. Sounds strangely familiar, doesn't it? [Read More]

» Democrats use photo of Canadian soldier on page devoted to our military and family from Sister Toldjah
This is absolutely priceless. They support the troops, but dont know what they look like. Blackfive has had the best response to this so far: Seriously, though, how screwed up must you be to post about how much your party supports the troops, ... [Read More]

» Can't The DNC Find A Soldier's Picture Or What? from The World According To Carl
Finally the DNC altered their website to remove the picture of the Canadian soldier mistakenly being passed off as an American soldier. However for some unknown reason they were unable and/or unwilling to use an American soldier's photo. It's not l... [Read More]

» They are missing the point... from Two Babes and a Brain
Michelle Malkin and the usual group of conservative blogs are doing their thing--again. This time, their source of outrage is a DNC web ad that showed Canadian soldier where a US soldier should be. See here...while the error is a [Read More]

» Democrats Use Photo Of Canadian Soldier On Page Devoted To Our Military And Family By Sister Toldjah from Right Wing News
This is absolutely priceless. They support the troops, but don’t know what they look like. Blackfive has had the best... [Read More]

» DNC Supports Canadian Troops from Amy Proctor
In reading the entire article, keep in mind that quotes about Pres. Bush's mistreatment of military personal, veterans and families are sourced by the New York Times and quotes from Nancy Pelosi. When in doubt, KEEP THAT IN MIND! [Read More]

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