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Friday, September 24, 2004
Being there: Have I ever mentioned that I was standing on the moon in my spacesuit as I watched Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon back in 1969? Some of you will say that I wasn't yet born, but that's such a trifle.

OK, I confess. I wasn't on the moon that day. Heck, I wasn't even born yet.

But it appears that Sen. John Kerry is coming down with an Al Gore problem -- he makes bald-faced, verifiable lies for effect.

The Captain notes that Kerry in 2001 was peddling the claim that he was present at the signing of the cease-fire that ended the 1991 Gulf War. The problem? All the evidence -- including photographic -- shows that he wasn't there. Just 5 1/2 hours before the signing of the cease fire occurred, Kerry was still at a Boston fund-raiser, according to a Boston Globe article.

It took President Bush far longer than that to get into Baghdad for Thanksgiving last year.

And he accuses President Bush of living in fantasyland?

1:37 PM

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Well, Matt, there is that persistant rumor about Kerry going there in an SR-71 Blackbird.
 
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