In the immortal words of Elaine Benes, that's what the DNC website page called Veterans and Military Families is. Fake concern for soldiers. Fake support of soldiers. And most embarrassingly, a fake picture of an American soldier. Michelle Malkin has the entire delicious story, based on a tip from a reader of her site.
Thought you might be interested in posting this. The DNC website has a page called Veterans and Military Families where they purpo[r]t to care about the welfare of US troops. Unfortunately they couldn't even find a picture of a US soldier to post on the page. The picture in the Get Involved frame is not a US Army uniform. The soldiers in the background are not in a US uniform either.
Turns out it is a Canadian uniform. Check the screen shots she has saved from the DNC.
And she updates some interesting finds of others:
LGF has details of the original photo source, which seems to have been Photoshopped to remove a badge from the beret. Go read for the latest. See also Florida Cracker.
Blackfive: "...how screwed up must you be to post about how much your party supports the troops, but not know who your troops are?