Tuesday, August 24, 2004
"We've got to learn from history or else we'll repeat it"
Those were the words of caution from American hero Ken Cordier being interviewed on the Rick Roberts show this morning in response to those criticizing the POWs for coming out against John Kerry. He (Cordier) muses at the Kerry Campaign and DNC for choosing him as their point of attack. He notes there will be a movie (possibly the same as the reported SwiftVet's?) "Stolen Honor" released around Labor Day on http://www.stolenhonor.com. Also in the news today, follow-up to Sean Hannity's interviews yesterday with Paul Galanti about his flashback earlier this year hearing John Kerry's pronounciation of "Ghengis Kahn" when testifying (LYING) before the US Senate in 1971, reminding him of how Kerry's own words were played over the Public Address system at the infamous Hanoi Hilton. Cordier has personally seen Hanoi John's photograph in the Vietnam War Crimes museum and also reminds those who weren't familiar with its legend or even the movie, the notorious Vietnamese hellhole was not a hotel but the basement of an old French prison.
Meanwhile Kerry clarifies his treason to fellow SwiftVets, "When we dedicated swift boat one in '92, I said to all the swift guys that I wasn't talking about the swifties, I was talking about all the rest of the veterans." I think Theresa could best characterize millions of veterans' reaction to that outrageous statement with an obligatory "SHOVE IT".
FOLLOW-UP from WorldNetDaily