In the Words of Jane Fonda




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Published on Jul 1, 2006

These are JANE's OWN WORDS, not mine. I didn't make her say anything, I didn't write her speech. JANE FONDA is solely responsible for what she said and did behind enemy lines. So, if you love Jane Fonda, then love her; but it doesn't change historical facts. Telling U.S. soldiers they are war criminals and the punishment is DEATH! Treason can also be punishable by DEATH. Jane's own daughter told her that a movie about Fonda's life should simply have a chameleon crawling across the screen, because Jane changes and molds herself to fit the man she is with at the time- whatever values and views he may have become hers. Jane herself admits that she was a "co-pilot" in her own life, so my assertion was and is correct. Feminist? Hardly. Isn't she cute sitting on the anti-aircraft guns, gleefully clapping her hands knowing they will be used to shoot at U.S. airplanes? Does she care that millions of people were slaughtered in Vietnam and Cambodia after the U.S. did what Jane wanted them to do... pull out of the region? If you even slightly credit Fonda's work behind enemy lines to stop an unjust and unpopular war, then you must also credit her to some extent with the deaths of millions who were left defenseless by the absence of U.S. forces in the region. Thanks Jane! At least now, Jane appears to show concern for the safety of U.S. troops in Iraq, wants them home, and blames the administration. That is NOT what she did in Vietnam. Was she a traitor? Yes, she was, because she aided and brought comfort to an enemy, while trying to demoralize U.S. soldiers in combat and encouraging them to commit mutiny. I hate the Vietnam war, and so do veterans of that war, more than Jane Fonda does; but I hate the way she went about her opposition to the war. It has not been fun watching a spoiled young woman subconsciously trying to both rebel against and obtain love from her famous father. Are you done yet, Jane? I hope so. At least you apologized for ONE picture "getting out there" which "may have" hurt some people. Apologize for your ACTIONS, not just for the publishing of an unflattering photo (you didn't publish it yourself, you POSED for it though).

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