Another Officer Praises Bush’s Service

Reader Brenda Sparks sent us this news story from a television station in Knoxville, Tennessee:

A retired National Guard officer now living in East Tennessee is weighing into the debate over President Bush’s service record. [T]he man who swore then-Lieutenant George Bush into the Air National Guard, is rising to the President’s defense from his Blount County home.
Retired Colonel Ed Morrisey served in the Air National Guard and is familiar with the President’s record since the beginning of his service.
“George W. went to pilot training, seated well, being selected to be a fighter pilot, which is at the top of the line in the Air Force selection process.

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