Bye ByeOk dumb ass why would he met with them during Trump's Presidency several times? Just meeting with their Government was illegal.How do you know?I know he ILLEGALLY met with them and the reports are he told them to be patient and to wait out Trump, which is ILLEGAL.I think you are making much ado about nothing, and you make light of Trump's bad behavior. Curious, eh? The Kerry thing isn't worth any more discussion and you don't know what his remarks were to the Iranians or about his stint in the military except from those who were not there or don't like him for his anti-war stance afterLogan act makes it ILLEGAL to communicate with foreign Governments on government matters, Geez learn the law. as for Flynn he was convicted for lyin about meeting with Russian officials in violation of the law or rather lying about it.Wrong. Flynn was working for a foreign government and failed to register. Turkey is a questionable friend. What Kerry did was not illegal, but just wrong.It is illegal remeber general flynn? It is called the Logan act.Not illegal, but wrong.Kerry illegally met with the North Vietnamese delegation at the peace talks in Paris. He told congress that US troops routinely committed autrocities in Vietnam. Traitor applies further he met with Iran repeatedly hile Trump was president and told them things would change after the election.I don't know what you are talking about. Kerry fought in the war and these pictures were taken when? He gave to his country even though he was anti-war. That is not a crime and he is not a traitor. Fonda, on the other hand............ I never watched any of her movies after her traitorous actions.I have no clue as to how John Kerry, and his being a traitor, has to do with this thread or how it got off onto that tangent.
However, it galls me to no end when someone claims accolades he has not earned. Even the most rabid supporter of Kerry must admit that you cannot logistically earn a Silver Star, Bronze Star, and three Purple Hearts in less than four months in Vietnam.
Yes, I am very sensitive about this subject. I served in Vietnam but came home safe and sound. I knew a lot of guys who EARNED a Purple Heart in Vietnam, none spent not one minute in a hospital.
My Ol' Man served in WW-II. In the end, he served under General Patton when Hitler made his infamous counter-attack which became known as the Battle of the Bulge. He was with Patton when he made his withdrawal from one battle and marched his troops north to rescue the 101st Airborne Division surrounded in Bastogne. During that time, Dad earned two front-line promotions three Bronze Stars, a Silver Star, and one Purple Heart.
he left the military and his relationship with that pig Fonda.