by Scoobie Davis
What To Expect From Talk Radio in the Fall
Yesterday on the Radio Factor's "no-spin zone," Judge Andrew Napolitano was subbing for Bill O'Reilly. The topic was George W. Bush's AWOL status when he was in the champagne division of the Texas Air National Guard (a position he got because of strings pulled by Daddykins so that fighting in Vietnam--an action both the younger and elder Bush supported--could be done by ghetto blacks and working class whites). Napolitano said, against all evidence, that it was "luck of the draw" that Bush was "not on active duty" in Vietnam. Excuse me while I laugh.
If John F. Kerry becomes the nominee, Sean Hannity will attempt to make an issue of Kerry's stance toward the CIA and the intelligence community during the 1980's. The Kerry people should look into this.