Wednesday, August 18, 2004

Kerry and Lines.

We've read and linked stories by Kerry about him running munitions and CIA operatives into Cambodia, and stories by his campaign that he crossed the watery border in ways not geographically possible.

Now the expert has spoken. Andrew Antippas is a combat infantry veteran of the Korean War and served eight of his 32 years in the U.S. Foreign Service working on Cambodia.

Mr. Antippas writes persuasively from a position of knowledge: "I understand that the campaign of candidate John Kerry is now asserting that not only did Navy Lt. Kerry visit Cambodia in his swift boat in 1968-69, but he performed four missions to drop off agents inside Cambodia. Perhaps, but I don't think so."

He goes on to explain his job - manage all line crossings. Kerry never crossed. Bummer.

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