Sherry Davis

Arlington, TX

#1 Jan 22, 2012
My husband serviced during the Vietnam era. While he was gone I kept abreast of any news and talk shows concerning the subject. I remember Jane Fonda voicing her opposition to our military men on the news and on talk shows. Urban myth? Fact or fiction? The media has a way of turning things around over the years trying to distort history. As a witness in the making and hearing Jane Fonda speak of the Vietnam war is not something I will ever forget. I do not watch any movie she participates in, exercise video, or shows where she is a guest. NO, we will not forget and to honor her as one of the centuries 100 women to admire is to slap our solders in the face, especially the fallen ones.

Our men died protecting Fonda's right to speak. I respect someone voicing a disagreement to the government and its leaders, but not to the men who willing join and those who are drafted in to service. JANE FONDA will NEVER be forgiven.

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