The main guy in the John Kerry "Swift Boat" book turned out never to have even served with him. Shouldn't he be prosecuted under "stolen?

...valor" laws, for claiming he did a dangerous job that he didn't?

Update: PS: Snopes is not "biased" because they tell you things you don't want to hear, fyi.

Update 2:

Slander is in fact illegal, anonymous guy.

Update 3:

Go scr** yourself question moving jerkoff.

Update 4:

Republicans are liars. Kind of ironic the party that claims to be for moral character lies so freely and easily.

Update 5:

These guys were all paid liars, and a disgrace to their uniforms.

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  • bil
    Lv 7
    4 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    So, I searched 'main guy,' And for the FIRST TIME ever, Smoking Joe is correct. In fact 'main guy' never even served in the Navy.

    Source(s): We should all give Smoking Joe a hand. 5 years on Yahoo Answers and he is finally correct.
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    • bil
      Lv 7
      4 years agoReport

      but yet in Kerry's biography he says that our operations were a complete failure. He also mentions a formal conference with me, to try to get more air cover and so on. That conference never happened..."

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  • 4 years ago

    2004 called. They'd like their lies back.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Writing fiction is not illegal, idiot.

    Then you'd agree that harry "dickless" reid should be arrested and charged with slander for claiming that Mitt Romney had not filed or paid income taxes for 10 years?

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