Missouri Man Spits on Jane Fonda

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    Ouch!

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    Spitting on a traitor, hmmmm.....

    I can't say as I have too much sympathy for the traitor...

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    I'd say thats a bit much. What if he's an HIV carrier or something? Besides, I thought we threw pies at idiot political pundits and actors.
     
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    Good for him. Can't say I feel sorry for her at all. She should have been jailed as a traitor during Vietnam with all the s**t she pulled back then.
     
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    I thought Jane Fonda apologized for her actions during Vietnam? Does no one forgive any more?
     
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    The libs do, yes. So if you belong to that crowd.....

    A fitting response to a vile woman that laughed while pointing NVA guns in the air simulating shooting down American pilots.
     
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    You don't think her apology had anything to do with her book?
     
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    Let's put it this way, just because God would forgive you for murder does it mean that you do not have to commit yourself to the punishment due while here in the body?

    While she may be forgiven, it does not mean that she is any less a traitor. Since she never stood before the hand of justice as she should, she must expect some of the contempt and detestation she will receive.
     
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    I thought she publicly apologized about a year ago. I could be wrong, though.

    But even if the apology was on the heels of her book, would it be any less valid? If she is truly apologetic, why would someone refuse her forgiveness?
     
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    Once again, forgiveness does not excuse one from justice while here in the body. Since she has not stood before the hand of justice as she should have, some of her Karma will revisit her.
     

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