CNSNEWS.com has conducted an investigation of Rep. John Murtha, who has vociferously criticized President Bush's Iraq policy, and concluded that there are questions about his wounds and the medals he earned in combat. Although the article only quotes Rep. Murtha's political opponents, some of whom are dead, and Rep. Murtha denies the charges, whether the allegations are actually true or not is beside the point. The purpose of the piece is to put Rep. Murtha, and anyone else who disagrees with the President, on notice that there may be consequences for their actions. Sen. John McCain, Sen. Max Cleland and Sen. John Kerry all learned the hard way that opposing the President will leave you open to personal attack. (By the way some people have asked me where my moniker "Jon Swift" comes from. It is, in fact, a tribute to the brave Swift Boat Veterans who helped end Sen. Kerry's Presidential ambitions.) Some may object to these hardball tactics. But isn't it only fair that anyone who goes up against the Bush Administration should have their military records compared with the military records of President Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld?