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Monday, August 01, 2011

Jane Fonda live at Barnes & Noble Aug. 10th, NY City

Jack Kemp

Jane Fonda is trying to sell her new book. Recently, when her appearance on QVC was cancelled, she came out
with statement that "I have never done anything to hurt my country or the men and women who have fought and continue to fight for us."

The trouble is, Fonda did not specify exactly what her country was: the United States - or North Vietnam (now Vietnam). This statement of hers was obviously directed at young people who may not have even been born yet when Fonda traveled to North Vietnam in 1972 and volunteered to be photographed sitting on an anti-aircraft gun aimed at American pilots. The above article further states:

"When she returned from her sojourn in Vietnam, as Time Magazine reported at the time, she accused U.S. forces of deliberately trying to bomb and destroy dikes, whose destruction could have caused the death of many civilians."

For those who are quite familiar with Jane Fonda - and may see things very different from the way she sees them - there is an opportunity to meet her at a book signing on August 10th, 2011, at a Barnes and Noble bookstore on Union Square in New York City at 7:00 pm. The address is 33 E. 17th Street, on the north side of Union Square Park.

More details at

Although Ms. Fonda may see New York City as the home of liberalism, she may find out that the many veterans in
the New York area - and from around the country - who might want to voice a different viewpoint at her book signing.

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