Twenty-One Years Later Kerry Answers His Own Question
On April 23rd, 1971 John F Kerry, speaking on behalf of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War asked this question; “We are asking Americans to think about that because how do you ask a man to be the last man to die in Vietnam? How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake?”
John Kerry answered that question in 1992 when he chaired a commission looking into the issue of POW/MIAs in Vietnam. Kerry, along with John McCain, ignored the facts and evidence in order to declare that no Americans were alive in Vietnam (who did not want to be there) and that the matter was closed. The tactics that were used by these two and their henchmen were all part of a continuing cover-up designed to keep America from being embarrassed by having to admit she left people behind.
The cover-up started in the Nixon administration and went through the Clinton administration and involved many of the same people who still serve the government today. Unfortunately, the people involved in the cover-up condemned a lot of American warriors to a hard life in prison where their fate will never be known. Kerry did it to help reestablish relations with Vietnam (a relative was part of the first American company back in that country) and he did it at the expense of people who were much better men than he.