Sunday, May 28, 2006

I Was in Cambodia with John Kerry on Christmas Night 1968

Along with Marlon Brando, Martin Sheen and Dennis Hopper. During the last time we had to endure John Kerry’s war-time exploits (2 years ago) we found out that Kerry had never discussed his participation in Nixon’s Illegal War in Cambodia until the movie Apocalypse Now debuted in 1979; parts of the movie’s plot line is similar to Kerry’s story. During his post-Vietnam years John Kerry had plenty of opportunities to publicly discuss his involvement in Nixon’s Illegal War in Cambodia including his Congressional testimony, but he chose not to.

He also expects us to believe that a Special Ops guy gave him a hat that the Special Ops guy may have actually needed while in the jungles of Cambodia, or where-ever. As if just before being inserted into a jungle the Special Ops guy said to himself, “you know, I won’t be needing this piece of camouflage, I’ll just give it to this pompadoured Bostonian on the boat. He surely needs it more than I do.” I wonder if Mr. Kerry actually believes this story. Does he really “have that memory which is seared – seared” into him?

This post is in reference to yesterday’s post on Flying Debris, NY Times: Have They Seen Kerry’s Naval Files?

2 Comments:

Blogger kitty said...

Pat Curley was the first person to prove Kerry lied about his Great Cambodian Adventure, back in '04, and he used Kerry's own bio by Brinkley to do it.

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