Re: OT: Another Jane Fonda Story
- From: "Zeke Skarland" <zekeskar@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 19 Feb 2006 22:07:52 -0800
John Sorell wrote:
Hedberg <hhedberg@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
On Mon, 20 Feb 2006 01:06:43 GMT, "FirstAlternate"but
please research or read before posting, you may want it to be true
shethat doesn't make it so
Doesn't matter. I was on active duty when Hanoi Jane was aiding and
comforting people who wanted to kill me. If I ever own a restaurant,
won't be eating there.
Sometime during the last couple years, footage of Fonda with the
anti-aircraft gun was widely broadcast. I think she was promoting
some sort of book that had her name on it. It was pretty disturbing
to watch -- she was like a four-year-old at Disney World. I believe
in a statute of limitations on being responsible for doing stupid
things -- I'm glad nobody reminds me on a daily basis of the dumb
things I did and said 35 years ago -- but that whole thing was pretty
Regardless of the stupid things Jane did, the Vietnam war was a travesty.
The same for our current war.
Indeed. I can never understand how protesting a war is considered
"aiding and abetting the enemy". I do agree she was naive and stupid,
but not a traitor.
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