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James Lightfoot
10:46 AM ET (US)
I just emailed my entire address book with the following. Perhaps more should do the same.

Regardless of your political affiliation this is 40 minutes you need watch. I am sure this will make some of you angry but in that, perhaps, you can understand why many of us feel the anger and betrayal we do.


Everyone has a right to his or her opinion, at least for now.


This is not about Republicans or Democrats. It IS about honor, duty to country and personal character. We must have our legitimate political debates over policy and issues. That is the foundation our country was built upon. We cannot afford to shift our foundation to the shifting sands of political expedience and popular opinion polls.


In my twelve year service in the United States House of Representatives I can tell you there are plenty of ‘good’ guys and ‘bad’ guys in both political parties. The real work gets done by those of character, integrity, honesty to their word and loyalty to country from both political parties. That’s as it should be and must not change.


James R Lightfoot

Former Member of Congress

Dear Friends,

The Film “Stolen Honor” Wounds that Will Not Heal is now available (free) on the internet at the site listed below:

corsairPerson was signed in when posted
10:07 AM ET (US)

Okay, I read the left wing polemic that you mislabeled an "excellent article on the history of the Sinclair Broadcasting Corp." Now what?

Pissing off the right-wing media is downright cruel, they are on the endangered species list, and only sadistic perverts "will love you for it."
corsairPerson was signed in when posted
10:02 AM ET (US)
Eureka Phil,

I bought the video in VHS, online, cost about $20 + S&H, I received it in two days, also available in DVD.

Buy it here, Stolen Honor Wounds That Never Heal - below info from their site.

Stolen Honor Produced by Red, White and Blue Productions

"Stolen Honor" investigates how John Kerry's actions during the Vietnam era impacted the treatment of American soldiers and POWs. Using John Kerry's own words, the documentary juxtaposes John Kerry's actions with the words of veterans who were still in Vietnam when John Kerry was leading the anti-war movement.

Orders of 5 or more will get a discount of $5.00 off each. You'll need to enter this code - AUKLVDRK - to get the discount. If you want to special order 25 or more, e-mail

You can also order by phone 24-hours a day by calling toll free 1-800-853-6077.

Eureka Phil, I don't know how to solve your problem with downloading the video, I guess if it's blocked, it's blocked.

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01:53 AM ET (US)
Please read the excellent article on the history of the Sinclair Broadcasting Corp.

And remember... don't stop pissing off the right-wing media. The people will love you for it. : )
I await your loving responses.

12:59 AM ET (US)
I recently received a link as follows:
It is the actual footage of the Sinclair broadcast that will not be shown on the media.
Does anyone know how to save this file to a computer.
This is normally done by "save media as" but this command is not functional for this video.
All is well in Alaska....70%Republican State
Joe Hoffman
01:45 PM ET (US)
Opinion Poem 2004

There once was a man John Kerry
Who into great wealth did marry
Came back from Vietnam with medals galore
Threw them over the fence to protest the war
But found them again when the time was right
To gain much favor for his campaign fight
Can’t make-up his mind in our great societies
His answers come-out in 57 varieties

Joseph V. Hoffman
Southampton, New Jersey
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DePresserPerson was signed in when posted
05:05 PM ET (US)
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