One of the Camp Pendleton wife support group for soldiers that died in Iraq made that jacket and gifted it to George Bush. It would be bad form for him not to have worn it.
It's good to see the high level of discourse here hasn't changed...
Bush had a similar jacket back in March when he spoke to troops at Fort Campbell. Did a military wife make that one too? I'm having trouble with that explanation.
I too am having trouble with that explanation especially when used to chastise and hit over the head by implying insensitivity toward a family member who has lost a loved one.
I researched many articles including Camp Pendleton/Marine Corps news with no mention of the jacket as a gift from "Camp Pendleton wife support group." I have no choice but to accept your claim as false unless you prove otherwise
No, what I was trying to say with my post is that you have made a typical post demonstrating your lack of integrity and your personal dislike of Pres. Bush.
As yours is typical of those who call into question the patriotism of others who have differing opinions of Pres. Bush. Yours is the integrity in jeopardy.
Playing on our sympathies for a jacket tailoring war widow who doesn't exist is distasteful and reprehensible to say the least.