From what I've heard, it is one that he earned and he should have our respect for that. The point of all of this is that he should be given credit for his service, but those four months can never make up for damage he did to fellow soldiers and can never make up for the damage he has done to the military during his time in office. He spent his capital for doing his duty and has been morally bankrupt on defending this nation for a long, long time.
I think a little statistical analysis would be interesting here. Did the average vet get a p heart per month? Then do the 5 million to one calculation, etc...
Thanks for the info.
I, too, can never forgive Kerry doing what he did and said after he left Vietnam.
All of this talk about Vietnam is bringing up some very, very bad memories of that time for me and many others. His riding on his four month tour in Vietnam is disgusting when you consider what he did to our country when he came home.