Re: Hanoi Jane
"Protest vs. Treason"
I visited About.com today to do some traffic-plan work for a client's Website. After reading the "Hanoi Jane" bit by David Emery I am crossing About.com off of my list of traffic building resources.
David is simply using the thinly-disguised Clintonesque tactic of diversion. By focusing his article on "disputable" facts instead of indisputable facts, he is able to divert readers from focusing on the real issue of "Protest vs. Treason" or "When does an act of protest become an act of treason?" Certainly a discussion on this topic would be far more damaging to the image of Hanoi Jane than a discussion on the disputability of the facts.
As a last matter of discussion, I would like to personally thank all of the brave men and women who have ever served in the U.S. military. We all owe our freedom to you!