Hunting for Veepy Clues

By Jennifer Parker

Aug 22, 2008 6:10pm

On the evening of June 5, 2004, an airplane mechanic named Bryan Smith ducked into a Pittsburgh airplane hangar and noticed that the campaign plane of Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., was being painted.

And Sen. John Edwards’s name was being added to the logo.

Smith went home and blogged about it at the USAviation Web site.

"John Kerry"s 757 was in hgr 4 pit tonight John Edwards vp decals were being put on engine cowlings and upper fuselage," he wrote.

We checked out Obama’s plane at Midway today.

No painting.

No decals.

Just sitting there safe and sound, Holy "O" sitting solo on the tail wing.

No "K"s or "B"s added.

- jpt

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