Form 180, or INSTRVMENTVM COMPOSITVM CLXXX
Start with this transcript excerpt from PoliPundit:|
MR. RUSSERT: Many people who’ve been criticizing you have said: Senator, if you would just do one thing and that is sign Form 180, which would allow historians and journalists complete access to all your military records. Thus far, you have gotten the records, released them through your campaign. They say you should not be the filter. Sign Form 180 and let the historians…
Then this from May 10 (yesterday), notes that 100 days have passed without action.
Eric at Classical Values asked the same thing on October 28, 2004, albeit without a response. This leaves Eric counting with a slightly different set of numbers.
But speaking of time, Classical Values is keeping track of the number of days since this blog has asked Kerry to sign Form 180 (a document we were generous enough to provide here on October 28 of last year!)
Now he has taken it a step further, descending (ascending? side-stepping?) into Numerology in an attempt to make sense of this story:
To put things into an international perspective, 193 happens to be the same number of days as there are countries in the world!
My suggestion to Eric is that since this obviously is not being answered in a timely (or would this be 'timeless'?) manner, you might want to make your calculations a little easier with this Numerology Calculator.
Eric even goes so far as to translate it into Latin! Maybe he should try French
Tagged as Kerry, Form 180, Military records, Numerology, politics