The explosive new book from the whistle-blower group Texans for Truth – exposing the truth about President George W. Bush's shadowy National Guard service, through the military records themselves.
Ever since George W. Bush began running for public office in the 1990s, questions have been raised in the public eye about his service in the National Guard during the late 1960s and early 1970s – the same period when millions of American soldiers were serving (and many of them, such as John Kerry, getting wounded) in Vietnam.
Though the White House released roughly 400 pages of documents related to Bush's service, troubling discrepancies still remain. Why can no one remember Bush fulfilling his duty? Where was President Bush between May 1972 and May 1973? What does the 'evidence' the White House provided really tell us?
A provocative exploration of the commander-in-chief's spotty personal military service, 'Unfit Commander' is the place to start for anyone interested in getting at the truths of President Bush's character.