This is not late breaking news, but more of a problem that our elected servants in Washington find kind of embarrassing and of little concern.
It’s been painfully obvious for many years that many of our nation’s soldiers that put their lives on the line, were left in Vietnam and Korea. Family members trying to find real answers are met with nothing but. A concerned relative writes:
Two of the major corrupt politicians he wants to expose as liars and two-faced traitors, in what he calls the “biggest military cover-up in the history of our country,” are former Presidential candidate and Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a former Vietnam POW declared a national hero.
“He’s no hero,” said Dumas, 74, in an extended conversation this week from his Connecticut home. “He’s anything but a hero. Ask why he had the Senate, through Kerry’s influence, seal all his POW records in Vietnam? He had these records sealed for life and is hiding the true story of how he sided with the North Vietnamese to save his own skin.”
Even Ron Paul is. I agree, it’s long overdue.
While I’m adamantly opposed to this war in Iraq, I certainly would forgo immediate departure to pick up all the remaining soldiers before leaving. Pretending they don’t exist is sooo dick, particularly when the administration is bemoaning the lack of recruits and the need to invade most of the Middle East.