September 20, 2005

Tuesday Blogburst John Kerry has

Tuesday Blogburst

John Kerry has continuously lied to the American public about his military service and role in Vietnam. During the 2004 presidential campaign, Kerry had the nerve to salute and tell the American citizens that he was "reporting for duty" despite the fact the he lied about events in Vietnam to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations as well as to the media. He told the Washington Star:

"We established an American presence in most cases by showing the flag and firing at sampans and villages along the banks. Those were our instructions, but they seemed so out of line that we finally began to go ashore, against our orders, and investigate the villages that were supposed to be our targets. We discovered we were butchering a lot of innocent people, and morale became so low among the officers on those 'swift boats' that we were called back to Saigon for special instructions from Gen. Abrams. He told us we were doing the right thing. He said our efforts would help win the war in the long run. That's when I realized I could never remain silent about the realities of the war in Vietnam."
In fact he did meet with General Abrams and other officers as the U.S. launched a new initiative to drive the Vietcong out of the Ca Mau Peninsula.

He went on to tell the Senate Committee that troops in Vietnam had razed villages, raped, decapitated, and ravaged South Vietnam as a member of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War. He also met with the North Vietnamese leadership on several occaisions supporting their positions.

Kerry is a traitor and a communist. He has stated he'd sign his 180 and release his military records. So far he has released the information to the Boston Globe and Los Angeles Times, both regarded as biased media organizations. Kerry, the American people want you to sign your Form 180 and release your records to a panel to publicly review them. We want to know the truth behind your propaganda.

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Posted by everyman at September 20, 2005 12:02 PM | TrackBack
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