First lady criticized for swift boat remark
The Kerry campaign Sunday criticized first lady Laura Bush for what the campaign called her "statement in support of the swift boat smear ads."
The campaign was referring to a new Time magazine interview in which Mrs. Bush is asked about the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth ads attacking Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry's war record and his comments upon return from Vietnam.
In the interview she is asked, "Do you think these swift boat ads are unfair to John Kerry?"
"Not really," she replies. "There have been millions of terrible ads against my husband."
Sunday, August 29
Laura Didn't Get the Memo
No, no, no...Laura...the message is to "honor Kerry's service" and "denounce all 527s." NOT "honor 527s."
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 8:01 PM