Sunday, October 24, 2004

Bush's 1973 'volunteer' service was mandated community service

Former workers dispute Bush's pull in Project P.U.L.L.

Though the White House is of course denying it, former workers at project P.U.L.L. in 1973 admit that George was there as a mandatory community service arranged by Bush's father, who was an honorary co-chair of the foundation. This time period coincides with Bush's precipitously terminated Guard service, and seems likely to have been related to the cause of Bush's loss of flight status and disappearance from his unit. It seems quite possible that some sort of deal may have been struck for some alternative service in order to avoid prosecution and publicity as result of Bush's fecklessness.

This story should percolate into public consciousness early next week. It will be interesting to see how much effect it has of the election and if reporters energetically pursue answer for the questions raised by this new information about Bush's lost year.

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