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Hanoi Jane


Last Edited: September 12, 2005, 5:40 pm

Thanks to LottoVantage for the link. http://www.1stcavmedic.com/jane_fonda.htm


Tom Hayden and Hanoi Jane explaining that American POWs weren't treated badly.

(Edited in after more careful examination:  This is Jane in the gunner's seat.  The crank on front of her is for training the piece.  It isn't the pic I remembered, further away so you could see her in one seat, Joanie on the other, and the entire piece, but it convinces me the pic I remember was a real one.)

(Edited in:  Jane again in the gunner-seat.)

I'd have sworn I remembered a picture of Jane and Joan actually sitting on that gun pointing it at the sky, but can't find the pic.  Maybe it's a hallucinatory residue from all that jade I used to smoke, or maybe it's just six decades of life slipping pictures in of things I never saw.

If there was never a pic of her and Phony Joanie sitting on that gun, blog-reader, there might as well have been.  Those two bitches were on the gun in spirit.

That's good enough for this atrophied brain.




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LottoVantageComment by LottoVantage - September 12, 2005, 8:05 pm
Great job, Jack!

It seems I've viewed the photo you've mentioned too, but have no idea where it might be on the web. Anyway, there she is sitting on that gun seat, and now we can wait for the honor's committee!

konaneComment by konane - September 18, 2005, 2:23 pm
Things haven't changed much for her except plastic surgery and hair dye. Still selling out her nation, working for the communists. Ooops, I mean Progressive Socialists as they're now reinvented, repackaged.

Jay Dyson's political satire sums her up best..... click on the pic for his commentary.

Comment by Rip Snorter - September 18, 2005, 2:48 pm
I make a distinction between 'selling out her country' (as it pertains to supporting, or opposing this police action) and actively supporting the opposing forces. The dispicable thing about the Hanoi incident with Joan and Jane had nothing to do with their opposition to the presidential war. They visited North Vietnam in active support of and enthusiastic endorsement of specific measures and instruments for killing their own countrymen.

That thin line between opposing the hostilities in Vietnam and continuing to support the well-being of US troops in the field was a nuance that was lost on both of them. The fact US troops were in opposition to the political ideals and outcomes both hoped, and their willingness to cheer the use of armed force to kill the opposition to their political ideal, wish the worst on Americans who served there, no matter what they believed, is what I consider dispicable.


konaneComment by konane - September 18, 2005, 5:14 pm
I suppose my line of thinking is very old in that if you do not agree with a particular president's course of action involving our troop deployment that while those troops are deployed on whatever mission that it is best to keep opinions silent until troops come home.

Voicing opposition to Nam and also now shows the enemy a divided nation which is viewed as being weak and vulnerable to defeat.

I believe it was General Giap who praised the anti war protesters for their victory, seems it was Kerry in particular.

I always thought that the whole pile of them should be tried for treason and punished accordingly because they went way over the line and cost many an American soldier their lives.

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