Prisoners of War: Vietnam

I was in Vietnam when Nixon was running for president. One of his key platform planks was that he “had a secret plan to end the war.” Then he was elected and the war drug on as we sent our buddies home missing limbs, eyes and grossly disfigured or in body bags. Then the word got around–We can say one thing for that son-of-a-bitch–he sure can keep a secret.

Please, if possible, ignore the partisanship and flag waving propaganda bullshit and focus on the individuals and their experience. They are my fellow dupes and we were all just young, dumb kids that did not fully understand what it was they were sending us to do. I particularly wanted to puke at the image of Henry Kissinger.

I hope you will watch this and I also hope that you don’t enjoy it. — jtl, 419 

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1 Response to Prisoners of War: Vietnam

  1. Brian Patrick Corcoran says:

    I didn’t enjoy watching it.  It reminded me of how fucking old I am and I don’t like it.                                                                         Brian   From: Flyover-Press.com To: bricorc@yahoo.com Sent: Thursday, December 4, 2014 3:16 PM Subject: [New post] 7893 #yiv1511156146 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv1511156146 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv1511156146 a.yiv1511156146primaryactionlink:link, #yiv1511156146 a.yiv1511156146primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv1511156146 a.yiv1511156146primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv1511156146 a.yiv1511156146primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv1511156146 WordPress.com | Land & Livestock Interntional, Inc. posted: ” I was in Vietnam when Nixon was running for president. One of his key platform planks was that he “had a secret plan to end the war.” Then he was elected and the war drug on as we sent our buddies home missing limbs, eyes and grossly disfigured ” | |

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