Bush in Alabama

BUSH IN ALABAMA….A witness has come forward who remembers George Bush showing up for National Guard drills in Alabama:

A retired Alabama Air National Guard officer said Friday that he remembers George W. Bush showing up for duty in Alabama in 1972, reading safety magazines and flight manuals in an office as he performed his weekend obligations.

“I saw him each drill period,” retired Lt. Col. John “Bill” Calhoun said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press from Daytona Beach, Fla., where he is preparing to watch this weekend’s big NASCAR race.

….The 69-year-old president of an Atlanta insulation company said Bush showed up for work at Dannelly Air National Guard Base for drills on at least six occasions.

This just gets more and more bizarre. “At least” six occasions?

But Bush’s own retirement records and pay records show only four drill periods between May 1972 and January 1973, and nobody suggests he was in Alabama anytime outside those dates.

In addition, the dates on both the pay and retirement records don’t match up to the known drill periods for the unit Bush and Calhoun were assigned to. If Calhoun saw Bush “each drill period,” why wasn’t Bush paid for those dates?

And why do these two guys swear that they never saw Bush even though they were looking for him?

Mysteriouser and mysteriouser.