Wednesday, August 18, 2004

With Patriots like this, America doesn't need any more enemies.

The idea that Kerry and his cohorts helped lengthen the war in Vietnam has been advanced a number of times in interviews as summarized, for example, by Victor Davis Hanson (a respected historian) in this excerpt from the September 2003 American Legion Magazine:

Gen. Giap, in a series of postbellum interviews, confessed that the North Vietnamese were ready to cease aggression under the weight of the 1972 and 1973 bombing campaigns. He then directly associated the reprieve with the welcome efforts of the radical antiwar movement.

Indeed he told French television that his most important guerrilla ally during the war was the American press.

The Vietnam News Agency as early as 1966 wrote "We praise the American peace champions. The movement of the American people to protest the war of aggression has really become the second front against the U.S. imperialists."

Another communist official, Bui Tinh, claimed that Fonda's Hanoi visits, press releases and much-publicized photo-ops in enemy batteries had helped the communists "to hold on in the face of battlefield reverses."

John Kerry’s Senate testimony was used during torture sessions by North Vietnam of American POW’s to extract confessions and undermined the prisoner’s will to resist.

Democracy is a form of government by the people. That doesn’t give a minority of people of that country the right to undermine the will of the people, government and soldiers during a war, even if they believe that the war is unjust. Such illogical nonsense would allow the transfer of ideas to a country with which your country is at war.

The radical anti-war protests which John Kerry led and is associated with, provided aid and comfort to the enemy during a time of war. By allowing his actions to do so, his lack of common sense and reason is self-evident. The 1966 article was known in America, so Kerry knew what he was doing and did it anyway.

John "Hanoi" Kerry is unfit the office of the President of the United States of America.


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