Bush document from 1974 perplexes Denver, White House officialsDENVER (AP) - Air Force Reserve officials here, as well as staffers at the White House, were struggling to explain the sudden appearance of a 1974 document in which George W. Bush submitted his resignation from the Reserve, saying he had "inadequate time" to fulfill his duty obligations.
The White House found the document yesterday and contacted the Air Reserve Personnel Center in Denver, where Bush was serving at the time he wrote the letter.
So, what's up, media? I used Matt Drudge's little "hot tip" web form on his main page to send him a link to the above referred story, yet even he hasn't posted to it.
What's the significance to this story? Well, it shows what an elitist brat Bush 43 thought he was. I mean, what moron thinks you can just write a letter of resignation to the government and get out of the rest of your National Guard time??? This is especially bizarre during a time in America's history where people desperately wanted to get out of the military but obviously couldn't.
So, what's the deal Media? If you're so liberal, why don't you dig into this story and make a big deal out of it like you did Dan Rather making a mistake?