Sen. Kerry's Navy Discharge

By GotDesign
Not that I didn't expect it, but Sen. Kerry's discharge from the Navy is coming under scrutiny once again (Hat tip to RedState.org). An article published in the New York Sun newspaper brings to light new questions about John Kerry's service in the Navy -- specifically, his discharge. It seems that Sen. Kerry's discharge was not issued until the Carter Administration ( dated 1978). Even then, his discharge was markedly unusual since it was described as being under review by a "board of officers" under Title 10, U.S. Code Sections 1162 and 1163. The following quote from the New York Sun article:
"This section refers to the grounds for involuntary separation from the service. What was being reviewed, then, was Mr. Kerry's involuntary separation from the service. And it couldn't have been an honorable discharge, or there would have been no point in any review at all. The review was likely held to improve Mr. Kerry's status of discharge from a less than honorable discharge to an honorable discharge."
The Kerry campaign has chosen not to respond at this time. It seems that President Nixon took a special interest in Lt. Kerry's anti-war activities after his testimony before the Senate in 1971. Kerry was involved war protests activities during his 6-year U.S. Navy commitment (1966-1972). This was a big No No! And he's now paying the price. Great article. Go check it out!

I have one questions: When will the lefty-blogs come out and try to prove the accusations/documents false? Hmmm.
 

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