I have read Don Rhodus' letter concerning Kerry's attitude about his experience in Vietnam. Her letter presents the truth in much detail and should make voters aware of Kerry's real self. I would like to congratulate her on writing such a well-informed letter and trying to get the word out to the public about Kerry's bogus tour in Vietnam. I would like to add a couple of other situations that Kerry has been in that I feel the public should know.
The first is an event that occurred in 1971, either before his testimony to Congress or after. He and his anti-war protest buddies held a secret meeting (so they thought) and discussed a plan to murder a certain senator who supported the war. Thank God that the FBI had surveillance on the meeting arid intercepted the plan.
The second incident occurred in Florida on the campaign trail when Kerry's motorcade passed an accident in which a patrolman was injured. Kerry only wanted to stop and offer assistance if the press was present to catch the "good deed" on film. This information came straight from a staff worker involved with the advance party in Florida in the Kerry camp; the staffer was appalled at Kerry's lack of compassion for human life.