‘Unfit for Command’ No. 1 on Times list

By WND Staff

“Unfit for Command,” the scathing critique of John Kerry’s service in Vietnam, will appear on the New York Times best-seller list at No. 1 on Sept. 5.

As WorldNetDaily reported, the blockbuster will make its New York Times debut on the Aug. 29 list at No. 3.

New cover of “Unfit for Command” shows best-seller status.

The book, by John O’Neill and Jerome Corsi, takes aim at several of Kerry’s claims about his four-month tour of duty in Vietnam and has, along with controversial TV ads by Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, become a major issue in the presidential campaign.

Often using Kerry’s own words and comparing them to official records and other veterans’ accounts, the authors claim the Democratic presidential nominee lied about the circumstances surrounding his Purple Hearts and other medals, as well as his contentions about having been in Cambodia at Christmastime 1968.

“Unfit for Command” currently is No. 1 on both Amazon.com’s sales chart and Barnes & Noble’s online best-seller list, and has been for several days. Both Barnes & Noble and Borders have reported many of their retail bookstores have run out of the book, eliciting complaints from those hoping to snatch up copies.

Order your copy of “Unfit for Command” now.