Jane Fonda can't keep her mouth shut or her story straight. In 1988, she went on "20/20" and apologized for posing with the North Vietnamese and their anti-aircraft gun in 1972. She said there were times that her anti-war zeal made her "thoughtless and careless" and she was sorry she hurt our soldiers. It was years too late, but it was something.
But now she wants to take it back. She was on Larry King's show Monday, whining about the "right wingers" who "created the myth" of Hanoi Jane. There were, boo hoo, over 300 people who went to North Vietnam, so why do we keep picking on her?
There are some people who are like stuck there, you know, they're still stuck in the past. I always want to say, "Get a life," or, you know, "Read what really happened," you know. The myths are now true.
Yeah, I'm stuck in the past, you mindless twit, the past in which you chose the enemy over your own country. There are all kinds of ideas about how far you can go in dissent without going too far, but by any standard, you crossed the line when you crossed the border and posed with the enemy and the weapon they were using against us. Thanks for the advice, but I have a life, no thanks to you.
Here's my advice for you: You should get down on your knees every night of your life and thank God you're not where you belong, rotting in prison for treason.