Thursday, March 16, 2006


"Hanoi Jane" Fonda was about to receive an award for her "good works" in the Atlanta area, but before the the Georgia State Senate could get the resolution passed, it ran into some opposition and was removed from consideration. As it should be.

Apparently, there're still some folks out there who remember all the "bad works" she did against our Nation and all the servicemen and women during the Viet Nam war.

Sen. John Douglas had this to say:

"I can think of no living American who is less worthy of this honor," Douglas, chairman of the chamber's Veterans and Military Affairs committee, said Thursday. "She is as guilty of treason as Benedict Arnold and Tokyo Rose."

I couldn't agree with Sen. Douglas more. He's a great American. If you want to thank Sen. Douglas for his efforts, send him an email here.

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