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Kerry has blood on his hands

North Vietnamese General Giap, in charge of the military campaign that drove the U.S. out of South Vietnam in 1975, credited the anti-war movement led by John Kerry with helping North Vietnam achieve victory. In his 1985 memoirs, he wrote “if it weren’t for organizations like Kerry’s Vietnam Veterans Against the War we would have surrendered to the U.S. It gave us the will to continue the war.”

Kerry’s efforts meant extended cruel time in the Hanoi Hilton for our POWs and more U.S. casualties. Kerry has the blood of our loved one’s on his hands.

Jim Black

Penn Valley

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