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September 13, 2004
Spit Back

Barbara Stock at FrontPageMag.com, on Vietnam Veterans:

Satisfaction and hopefully peace will come when Vietnam vets see and hear John F. Kerry give his concession speech the night of November 2, 2004 with the knowledge that it was their votes that helped defeat him. There are approximately 2.5 million Vietnam veterans in America and they have not forgotten.

Kerry denied them their rightful place as heroes and they will deny him his dream of the presidency. Angry Vietnam veterans, silent for so long, will finally have their say. Payment in full will be delivered to John Kerry on November 2, 2004.

On November 2, Vietnam veterans will have their opportunity to dish out some payback to the one man who did the most to defile their honorable service, the one man most responsible for their shoddy treatment at the hands of "peace" protesters upon their return home.

Soon, Kerry will know what it's like to be spat upon.

(link via Florida Cracker)

Posted by Russ at 01:08 PM, September 13, 2004 in Politics

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I hope you and Barbara Stock are right about this. I've felt increasing anger with Kerry for how he's used the Vietnam war in this campaign: once again for his own political gain, and never mind the wounds he's re-openning for fellow vets. There's no honor there that I can see.

Posted by: Retread at September 13, 2004 09:17 PM