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October 18, 2006

Kerry and Patriot Project

-- by Dave Johnson

In a post to day at Huffington Post John Kerry links to several posts of mine. See The Blog | John Kerry: Will You Fight With Them? | The Huffington Post and SUPPORT THE PATRIOT PROJECT.

The Patriot Project has an incredibly important and concise mission. "Freedom of speech and the right to dissent are cornerstones of our democracy. The Patriot Project will defend any man or woman, regardless of party or affiliation, who is attacked or defamed and whose patriotism is questioned simply because they exercise their rights as Americans. This is our mission."

By the way, Kerry sounds like me - I guess he's been reading blogs:

When I got off the phone with Patrick Murphy after the chickenshit attacks on his military record, something felt awfully familiar and it got me pissed off.
He also has this to say:
Nitpick the campaign I ran all you want, question the tactics, I can take it -- but above all the small criticisms, I know that I lost to two lies backed up by big money: a lie about Iraq and a lie about my military record. Pundits can feast on the little details, I'm busy this year making sure that no veteran loses to a lie in 2006.
Update - Taylor Marsh has more

Posted by Dave Johnson at October 18, 2006 9:16 AM

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Wow! That's a heartfelt request from Kerry, all right! Anyway, by all means, it's terribly important to support the Patriot Project.

Posted by: MJ [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 18, 2006 11:16 AM

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