Skip to comments.Kerry: No Bloodbath In Vietnam After US Redeployment (What dimension is this guy in)
Posted on 07/19/2007 12:35:59 PM PDT by Chicos_Bail_Bonds
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There are no “statute of limitations” for treason, for which he could have been tried in the 1970s and could yet, if a POTUS and the Congress had the will to acknowledge the truth and do it.
Good explanation. What a pity !!
That cartoon says it all.
One theory is that he received a BCD (no, not a big chicken dinner), only to be pardoned by then-president Carter - which would explain his reticence about his records.
I always thought there was something suspicious because he would not release his military records but always called on President Bush to release his, which I understand he did. What was it? Form 180????
So what you are saying is that SNOPES.com is wrong ....??? I’ve always believed the Swift Boat people ......
Thanks ...was wondering about them ...
Audie Murphy must be rolling over in his grave at Kerry’s “decorations.”
True, but “The Killing Fields” were in Cambodia. To Kerry a bloodbath means rounding up millions and executing them as happened in Cambodia, but not in Vietnam. Only tens of thousands were executed in May 1975. But the fact that the NVA didn’t kill more people was the result of China’s intervention in Vietnam.
I wish someone would make a CD of the appeases in Congress who cut off funding for the ARVN and then show the last helicopter leaving the U.S. Embassy followed by the bloodbath with Gigolo John saying in an inset that there was no bloodbath. The last scene should be Mitch McConnell saying, “Is this what the American people want for Iraq? It’s what they will get if they support the Democrats’ insistence we cut off all aid and withdraw from Iraq.”
Right - last Memorial Day my dad rented an Audie Murphy movie ... he was a nice quiet guy .... I think it was called “Hell Is For Hero’s” ... just remembered the scene where he was on this tank firing at the Germans ... my understanding is he’s the most decorated enlisted man from WWII ... there’s an officer too but don’t know his name ....
And it was the Vietnamese who ended the rule of Pol Pot.
But that still doesn't change the fact that the Killing Fields would never have happened had we still been in Southeast Asia.
With all due respect, I think I can state with 100% certainty that those men of honor, the Swiftvets, true Heroes, all, were never intimidated or silenced, and America owes them all a huge debt of gratitude, both for their service in time of war and then many years later by bearing witness to a man without honor who was trying to become President. I shudder to think what calamities would have befallen our country had that been the outcome.
I can but wonder, if it doesn’t, way down deep, past all the self-denial of his elephantine ego, gnaw at him, that he has forfeit a human being’s greatest possession, his honor. I know that it would eat at me day and night, that, and knowledge of the fact that Karma has a way of creeping up on you sooner or later. Let’s face it, kerry has a hugh, (and series) debt to pay off.
I may have implied that Kerry’s vile Stalinist thuggery intimidated the Swiftvets. Fortunately, it didn’t and that’s why the Traitor isn’t president now. The heroic Swiftvets deserve the everlasting gratitude of all patriotic Americans for unmasking this utterly vile, evil fake hero and traitor.
Kerry and his ilk, including Carter, are as guilty as anyone for the killing fields in Cambodia.
The current prime minister in Cambodia is former Khmer Rouge member who broke with them. He has related, more than once, that when the U.S. was still in Vietnam they, the Khmer Rouge believed they would always be no more than a rural guerrilla movement because “the west would never abandon the government of Cambodia”.
Little did the Khmer Rouge leadership know just how far the treasonous American left would be allowed to go to aid their Communist allies.
I guess South Vietnamese don’t count.
It is estimated that 528,000 were killed after the North took over in 1975. See my post #78.