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The protesters, able to do so in a free nation, kept that way by fighting war- riors, went after the mes- sengers as well as the gov- ernment in Vietnam. Returning men from that jungle were told not to wear their uniforms in public; some were spit upon as they came down the ramp from docking ships on American turf. Other retaliation took place; too much to men- tion. I' m reminded o f actress Jane Fonda, who was a traitor to her own peers, and "punished" them by returning to America to become richer, more mous and di iI Award. She apologizes in her autobiography of 2005 for going to Viemam, wearing that country's uniform, posing tbr pictures on their Emily Escapades of Emily big weapons, and speaking on a microphone loud enough for prisoners in a building close by to hear her words against America. I've read what one sur- vivor, drafted as men were then, remembered about the time. He said the im- prisoned men, made to march past Fonda, placed a token or a number in her hand, hoping somehow have mailing campaigns of est noise" ever heard, as out. But visiting that she would get these ob- food and small needs go- one reporter penned, angle-shaped memorial jectssomehowtoAmeri- ingabroad. Then came the Major numbers ofus arewraps the visitor in can families who needed formation of the Patriot ashamed of the crucifixion haunted remorse. I hope to know iftheir POW sons Guard Riders, veteransof survivors who fight in we accomplished some- were alive, who ride or did ride across our wars; we lost a genera- thing there; I hope we are Fonda gave this infer- America, beginning in tion or more of 19-year doing something positive mation instead to the Viet- California, picking up oth- aids in Vietnam, all named for our nation today fight- namese leaders who pun- ers along the way, getting on the War Memorial ining overseas. ished the American prison- gas and food free along Washington D.C. I pray we do not show ers more harshly, their trek to the Capitol Even if we did not par- vile to those who give Today, we make Building on July 4 tbr the ticipate in voice, we did some or all in any battle. amends. Movies, televised Thunder Roll around the little to stop it. It's an Again, don't hurt the mes- events and other ways of White House, the "quiet- American gift to speaksenger. "thanks" happen. 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