Friday, July 23, 2004

Surprise! It's Friday Afternoon! 

Whee-doggies, Jethro! Lookee wuch ah found here unner this rock. And with a wrong number on it, dad-nabbit, guess that was why ah couldn't turn it up earlier. Dawg musta buried it here Ah gess...

(via WaPo)
The Pentagon on Friday released payroll records from President Bush's 1972 service in the Alabama National Guard, saying its earlier contention the records were destroyed was an "inadvertent oversight."

The records cover July through September of 1972, when Bush was working as a campaign volunteer in Alabama. The future president had been transferred from the Texas Air National Guard to the Alabama unit so he could stay in Alabama.

The Pentagon had said that the payroll records for that time period had been inadvertently destroyed.

In a letter to The Associated Press Friday, Pentagon freedom of information chief C.Y. Talbot said the records couldn't be found earlier because officials were using the wrong index number.

The Associated Press was evaluating the documents.
The stack of items filed under "How stupid do they think we are, anyway?" has grown to the point it threatens to topple and crush us all. The best line in this one is the last....that means more to come.

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