A DONE DEAL - KERRY A LOCK TO BE NAMED
SECRETARY OF STATE - VIETNAM "WAR HERO"
ONLY COMBAT VET WE KNOW WHO GOT
THREE PURPLE HEARTS (AND AN EARLY EXIT
OUT OF WAR ZONE) WHILE NEVER BEING
"WOUNDED" SEVERELY ENOUGH TO ACCOUNT
FOR AN OVER-NIGHT HOSPITAL STAY
© 2013 MilitaryCorruption.com
By DAVID SMALLWOOD
Nothing we can say here is going to have any impact on the fact that Sen. John Kerry is a cinch to become the next U.S. secretary of state.
He's come a long ways from the days when he wore a fatigue shirt bedecked with rows of ribbons, denoting the combat decorations he supposedly deserved for his Vietnam service, during testimony before Congress.
Many of our older readers, Nam vets who served with honor in that fight, may recall Kerry casting some aspertions on them by his somewhat blanket condemnation of widespread war crimes.
The senior senator from Massachusetts, doting husband of the heiress to the Heinz Catsup fortune, has done well for himself over the years. Yes, he lost the 2004 presidential election to Bush, but he's a sure bet to be Secretary of State Hillary "what's the difference" Clinton's replacement.
We thought a little refresher, however, on Kerry's so-called "heroics" in Vietnam was in order about this time.
WE NAILED HIM BUT GOOD BACK IN 2004
Our esteemed editor-in-chief, MAJ Glenn MacDonald, USAR (Ret) - thanks to the many of you who are offering up prayers on his behalf - really nailed Kerry but good in a series of articles written more than eight years ago.
MilitaryCorruption.com was founded and launched by "Mac" and his old boss, the late GEN. Peter E. Genovese Jr. USAR (Ret), on July 4, 2000.
The writing has stood the test of time very well and is a tribute to the major's courage is taking on all comers when he thinks the truth needs to be told.
Kerry's confirmation hearing before his colleagues in the U.S. Senate will undoubtedly be a love-fest. Too bad some senator today wouldn't probe him a bit on his rather dubious past.
You can be absolutely sure the "mainstream media" will not.