Hanoi John.........By Ann Coulter

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    Bonnie, I think something is wrong with your link. It didn't work for me, at least! Sounds like a good article.
     
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    hee hee

     
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    Try it again, let me know? It should work. :link: lol
     
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    Love the "Coulter Camp":

    :laugh:

    Speaking of a three hour tour (or more precisely three months) did you know that Kerry actually spent only a 3-month tour in combat in Vietnam, NOT the 4-months that everybody claims? It appears that when Kerry arrived in Vietnam on November 17, 1968 he reported for duty and spent his first month training in Cam Ranh Bay. Cam Ranh, a French tourist town with a well-protected deep-water harbor and wide, beautiful beaches, was generally regarded as the safest place in Vietnam. It was where visiting Presidents would often stay.

    Got that out of the book "Unfit for Command". (It is now for sale at Costco!) Just getting into the book and it is already totally condemning Kerry - fascinating!
     
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    I can vouch for the accuracy of that. When I arrived in RVN for my first tour, somehow my orders had gotten totally screwed up. It took the personnel types about five days to figure out where I was supposed to go.

    Cam Ranh Bay was an in-country R & R site. That's where I learned to water ski while waiting for my orders. There was one huge motivator for not falling down while skiing - that place had the biggest damn jellyfish I've ever seen in my life!
     
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    You betcha!!! Those darn jelly fish were nasty; did a job on me. I had a similar experience on my first tour. Must have went with the territory.
     

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