|THE NEW SOLDIER|
|Since its publication in 1971, John Kerry's book "The New Soldier" has acquired almost legendary status. Rumors abound of political operatives scrambling to locate and suppress stray copies during Kerry's House campaign in 1972. Copies now sell on Ebay for upwards of $750!
John F. Kerry has made his Vietnam service the cornerstone of his campaign for President. But he has said virtually nothing about what he did when he came home. His activities and statements at the time painted our veterans with an undeserved bloody brush. Many believe that the activities of John Kerry, Jane Fonda and others actually prolonged the war, resulting in the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of our soldiers, and thousands of Vietnamese.
Before you decide how to vote in the forthcoming election, I urge you to consider all the information you can find in order to make an informed decision. To make this book widely available, I am providing completely FREE access to a PDF version.The PDF version does not include photos, but does include all of the text of the original book. You can read it, print it, send a copy to others, or save a copy to your PC. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader, also free, to display this book.
I am doing this as a private citizen at my own expense. Unlike those who are trying to profit from the demand for this information, I am making this available absolutely free to anyone who wants it. I strongly believe this information is of great importance in the forthcoming Presidential election and deserves to be widely distributed.
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"My father-in-law did two (2) tours of duty in Vietnam as a Green Beret. He was a paratrooper and was shot in the stomach and various other wounds, and even with a gunwound to the stomach, he was patched up and back out fighting. He never displayed his Purple Hearts or any other medals he won. Not only was he in the Vietnam war, he served in WWII and Korea. He was a soldier and a true hero, but never asked for recognition for his service to his country. He felt it was his duty. So many thanks for passing this book along to read."
Ladies and gentlemen, the above is the story of a real hero. I know there are a lot of real heroes out there. Men and women who served their country with honor and distinction and came home to get on with life. Most remained silent about what they did and what they saw. Most never bragged or talked about their service or their medals or tried to use their military service to influence others. These real heroes deserve our praise and admiration.
|by John Kerry|