Some People Probably Forgot, But We’re Still Not Fonda Jane

Today on Jane Fonda’s 80th birthday, we will never forget her involvement in the Vietnam War. Here is the famous photo of Fonda with the enemy when she visited Hanoi. From that visit she earned the nickname Hanoi Jane.

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  • Dana Garcia
  • I’m a vet from the VietNam era. I don’t like MS Fonda.

    But her involvement helped stop the worthless killing and waste of American good name.

    The US should have kept the French out of VietNam and helped Ho unify his country.

    We still suffer from this US policy blunder of immense perportions.

    • mauser 98

      … with Gulf of Tonkin false flag attack

  • Killer Marmot

    I have no problem with people who oppose wars. They are not unpatriotic. Every time a country is at war, there should always be some who make a vigorous case for ending it.

    But there is a massive difference between opposing a war and actively aiding the enemy.

  • Shebel

    It was a BAD ,Stupid WAR.
    I agreed with it at the time.
    It was more than senseless.
    Nothing to be proud of—-
    Which does Nothing to Diminish the VALOR of the BOYS—
    That were nothing more than Pawns.
    For the HEROES.

  • Reader
  • So her excuse was that she would rather not have had those embarrassing photographs published?

    B!#ch.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    When I served in Vietnam, I had the privilege and honor of being entertained by Martha Raye (Lt. Col. Army Reserves Nurse Corps). She is a hundred times the woman Jane Fonda is.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRClGI4rByU