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Jewish World Review August 5, 2004 /18 Menachem-Av, 5764

Argus Hamilton

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important news .... | John Kerry is the subject of a new book called Unfit for Command in which men from other units say he wasn't nearly as heroic in Vietnam as he says he was. It's getting nasty. Democrats just got a bunch of guys from other fraternities to say President Bush didn't drink nearly as much at Yale as he says he did.

Unfit for Command claims John Kerry, while on patrol in Vietnam, destroyed villages single-handedly. It says he burned down the enemy's homes with a Zippo lighter and slaughtered their animals. Here comes the bounce he didn't get after the convention.

Pilgrim's Pride was accused Monday of chicken mistreatment at its slaughterhouse in West Virginia. The company insists there's nothing wrong with the way they prepare their chickens. They just tell them straight out they are going to die.

Washington D.C. was gridlocked by security checkpoints Tuesday. Cars were halted and searched and cops demanded picture IDs from all drivers. Let no one say that this country doesn't know how to celebrate the re-opening of the Statue of Liberty.

The White House vowed to help illegal aliens obtain legal status. The influx of cheap labor pushes wages lower and lower. The party that fought against the plantation system one hundred forty years ago has finally admitted they were wrong.

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