They put the ‘ass‘ in compassion
Years ago, Watergate thug Charles Colson said “I would walk over my grandmother if necessary to assure the President’s reelection.”
Compared to what we have today, Nixon’s boys were a bunch of bra-strap snapping pranksters.
They lie about a war hero who served his country and came home a multiple-amputee.
Moreover, if we’re going to start delving into exactly who did what back then, maybe Max Cleland should stop allowing Democrats to portray him as a war hero who lost his limbs taking enemy fire on the battlefields of Vietnam.
Cleland lost three limbs in an accident during a routine noncombat mission where he was about to drink beer with friends. He saw a grenade on the ground and picked it up. He could have done that at Fort Dix. In fact, Cleland could have dropped a grenade on his foot as a National Guardsman â€“ or what Cleland sneeringly calls “weekend warriors.” Luckily for Cleland’s political career and current pomposity about Bush, he happened to do it while in Vietnam.
They trash another hero who didn’t use his father’s connections to leap over other wait-listed candidates for an opportunity to hide out in the National Guard:
In an affidavit released in July, Larry Thurlow claimed that Kerryâ€™s statements that the five boats on that patrol came under small arms fire on March 13, 1969 was â€œtotally fabricatedâ€.
The Washington Post reported that the military records of Larry Thurlow, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, contain several references to â€œenemy small arms and automatic weapons fireâ€ directed at â€œall unitsâ€ of the five-boat flotilla. Both Kerry and Thurlow were awarded Bronze Stars for their actions on that day. According to the Washington Post, Thurlowâ€™s citation praises him for providing assistance to a damaged swift boat â€œdespite enemy bullets flying about him.â€ 
But James Rassmann, who Kerry pulled back into the boat after he was knocked overboard following an explosion, â€œsaid he has never had any question that Kerry deserved the Purple Heart.â€  In response to the controversy fueled by the SBVT campaign, the Kerry campaign has released an advertisement featuring Rassman, who describes himself as a Republican.
The success of the SBVT campaign in gaining profile has also prompted reluctant participants in the debate to come forward. William B. Rood was an officer serving in another swift boat on the day Kerryâ€™s actions led to him being awarded his Silver Star. Rood, now the editor of the Chicago Tribune, wrote a 1600 word account of the events that day.
â€œThe critics have taken pains to say they’re not trying to cast doubts on the merit of what others did, but their version of events has splashed doubt on all of us. It’s gotten harder and harder for those of us who were there to listen to accounts we know to be untrue, especially when they come from people who were not there,â€ he wrote. 
â€œBut I know that what some people are saying now is wrong. While they mean to hurt Kerry, what they’re saying impugns others who are not in the public eye,â€ he wrote.
They have no qualms about ripping into little girls:
Listening to a 12-year-old publicly mock the Republican vice president of the United States brought Democrats almost orgasmic pleasure, especially since no Democrats had the courage to do so in their speeches.
Of course, this girl has accomplished nothing compared to Dick Cheney. She has no wisdom, no humility and no knowledge beyond the leftist platitudes spoon-fed by her parents and schools. She is a mere child, more foolish than most, in that she actually thinks she has earned the right to publicly ridicule the vice president of the United States.
They kick young women on the ground.
…when they’re not pulling their hair.
We could call these people chickenshits, but that would be an insult to both chickens and shit….