Dear Jane Fonda; Vets just don’t forget

| January 18, 2015

Commie-hugging Jane Fonda was in Frederick, Maryland recently for some sort of appearance at the Weinberg Center for the Arts and she was greeted by about 50 veterans who didn’t like the idea that she was there;

“Whenever possible I try to sit down with vets and talk with them, because I understand and it makes me sad,” Fonda told a relatively full theater, responding to a submitted question. “It hurts me and it will to my grave that I made a huge, huge mistake that made a lot of people think I was against the soldiers.”

Veterans at the protest don’t care that she claims that she “hurts”. In fact, she has told veterans recently that we should “get a life” and forgive her for being a traitor during her trip to North Vietnam. In 2009, she tried to help the failing IVAW with a fundraising event. In 2011, she accused veterans of spreading lies about her – in spite of photographic evidence to the contrary.

Meanwhile back in Frederick;

About 50 veterans, many of whom served in Vietnam, held signs saying “Forgive? Maybe. Forget? Never” and waved flags outside the theater for about two hours, occasionally booing people entering the Weinberg Center, including state Sen. Ron Young.

“But those people out there … I’m a lightning rod,” Fonda said. “This famous person goes and does something that looks like I’m against the troops, which wasn’t true, but it looked that way, and I’m a convenient target. So I understand.”

However, Fonda said she did not regret traveling to North Vietnam, saying her time there was “an incredible experience.”

“We feel what she did was so egregious … (she) really cost lives,” said Mike McGowan, a Marine Corps veteran who served as an infantryman in Vietnam from 1968 to 1969.

Of course, there were stank-ass hippies there supporting her, too, it is Maryland after all;

At least one person turned out to demonstrate in favor of Fonda, saying the actress’s work as an activist and founder of nonprofits helping women should also be recognized and represented.

“I feel like you can’t vilify Jane Fonda but not vilify our government,” said Gabrielle Hash, who stood among veterans holding a handmade poster in support of Fonda.

What? Moron.

I don’t listen to the Dixie Chicks either.

Category: I hate hippies

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  1. SJ says:

    Fine bottle of scotch sitting on the shelf just waiting for the day that she croaks, painfully, I hope.

    • LIRight says:

      SJ – I’ll bring a bottle of Woodford Reserve, a fine Kentucky bourbon to help us both celebrate her trip to hell.

      In reference to the sign quoted above, “Forgive? Maybe. Forget? Never” – I would make a minor change, “Forgive? NEVER!”

      Further comments from me about this woman would have some question my sanity.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Get a bottle of Bushmills whie you’re at it.

    • Semper Idem says:

      I’m a teetotaler, so I’ll be celebrating the whore’s trip to Sheol with a Red Bull.

  2. Marine_7002 says:

    Hanoi Jane: actions have consequences.

    Some actions have long-term consequences.

    Tough shit. GFY.

    • Len Johnson says:

      And when yer done, GFY again.

    • OldSoldier54 says:

      Not too into hating.

      But, for her, I make an exception. May her passing be long and agonizing. Then, we shall all take our turns peeing on her grave. If enough of us do so, perhaps, over time, the salts in solution in the urine will increase in concentration in the soil, so as to be as if we had sown the soil over her grave with salt, and no green thing will ever grow there. Ever.

      For different reasons, and to a different degree, I hated Udai and Qsai, the sons of Saddam, too. They got off way too easy.

      • Poetrooper says:

        Old Soldier, on the other hand maybe it will be well-watered and thus Forever Green as I wrote many years ago:

        Forever Green

        Jane Fonda seeks exoneration,
        Forgiveness from her traitored nation.
        What say you warrors fought that war?
        Is forgiveness due that wartime whore?
        So rich, so smart, she thought she knew
        Much more than us, we bloodied few.
        So smug, self-serving, seeking fame,
        The rich bitch played her seditious game.
        A game that cost me many friends,
        Many, thanks to Jane, came to bad ends.

        I’ve borne scars forty years or more,
        From lies laid on me by this whore.
        Self-serving now she sells her tale,
        This traitor who should be in jail.
        Is it within our souls to grant her grace?
        Our souls shout, “No… spit in her face!”

        So self assured, she played high stakes,
        Telling American prisoners, “That’s the breaks.”
        She accused brave men of heinous crimes,
        Which were disproved in future times.
        And now our country knows the truth
        Jane Fonda betrayed us in our youth.
        She asks us now to read her book,
        Americans, the folks this bitch forsook.

        So now she crawls, her conscience bare,
        To tell us she screwed up back there.
        Well, hell, we knew that way back then,
        This Hanoi Jane who helped them win.
        It was glory then for this airhead star,
        But forever now she’ll bear the scar
        A scarlet letter she’ll now wear,
        A stench forever in her hair.

        So Jane, dear, you must realize,
        You’re the devil in a helmet in our eyes.
        When Vietnam vets raise up their toasts
        It’s to damn your soul, to salute our ghosts.
        We swear, we living, to our long-dead brave,
        We’ll live to pis* upon your grave.
        So Jane, good fortune, unforeseen,
        Your traitor’s grave will be forever green.

        • OldSoldier54 says:

          ” … This Hanoi Jane who helped them win. …”

          Of this, I have utter certainty.

          Dead earth, or more green than the Emerald Isle. Both work for me.

  3. SJ says:

    I’d like to encourage her to travel to Iraq and mingle with ISIS like she did with the NVA. Maybe she’d end up in a ditch.

    • Terrorolgist says:

      What did ISIS ever do to deserve that?

      JK, if ever there was a “marriage” made in Hell this it.

  4. Enigma4you says:

    Jane Fonda went to Vietnam in 1972, she was 34 or 35 years old.

    She was not an impulsive teen, she was an adult who was well aware of her actions and consequences.

    She volunteered to be used for propaganda against her country and those that serve it. While she may not have agreed with the politics that put troops in vietnam she never should have caused harm to those that were there.

    When a few Vets protest her its called for, she should have been tried for treason and put in prison.

    I do not watch her movies because she used her fame as a platform to cause great harm to the troops. I cannot separate out the actions from the actress.

    FOr the same reason’s I dont listen to the Dixie Bitches or watch anything with Tom Cruise (Due to his stance on mental health).

    • Self-Reliant says:

      I do not watch her movies because she used her fame as a platform to cause great harm to the troops. I cannot separate out the actions from the actress.

      FOr the same reason’s I dont listen to the Dixie Bitches or watch anything with Tom Cruise (Due to his stance on mental health).
      All I can say to this is Great minds think alike

  5. NHSparky says:

    Sitting on a North Vietnamese gun mount and making the statements she did?

    That might be supporting commie troops, certainly not ours.

    Suck on that one. Die already, bitch. I can’t keep the deposit on that beer keg forever.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      I wouldn’t be surprised if it turned out she really did blow Ho Chi Min and a few of his Generals while she was there!!

  6. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    I was barely a Yard Ape by the time the Vietnam War was over with, but she tried to help ignite antiwar fervor in recent years, planning on touring via bus to do so, then she copped out saying Cindy Sheehag was already doing it.
    My favorite saying about “Hanoi Jane” Fonda comes from a patch I once saw on a Biker’s vest. it said “I’ll forgive Jane Fonda the day the Jews forgive Hitler”, ’nuff said, being a Vet myself, I feel the same way!

    • SJ says:

      When I was in the Pentagon in the 70’s many urinals had Jane Fonda stickers in the. No one dribbled on the floor…accuracy was amazing.

      • MustangCryppie says:

        I was stationed at NAS Barbers Point in the mid ’80s and amazingly enough, the NEX had Hanoi Jane’s workout videos for sale.

        Only people who touched them were the employees who dusted the cobwebs off of them about once a month.

        The bosses finally came to their senses and got rid of them.

      • Climb to Glory says:

        I was at a VFW for a wedding last summer and there was a lot of booze and food. I went take a leak and sauntered up to the urinal. They had Hanoi Jane urinal targets. I laughed my ass off. Fuck her.

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        I’ve yet to visit an American Legion or VFW Post that didn’y have “Hanoi Jane” stickers in each and every urinal! 😀

    • Semper Idem says:

      When the Jews forgive Hitler?

      Seriously?

      Go read up on Hitler’s crimes, then compare them to Fonda’s crimes. No comparison.

      Whoever wore that patch needs a history lesson. Same with whoever made it.

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        I’ve read up on that, I have two books in my personal library, one is “The Scourge of the Swastika” chronicling German WWII war crimes, and its companion book, “The Knights of Bushido” which chronicles Japanese war crimes. I agree that it’s nowhere close, but to me as well as many others, what she did is no less than TREASON. To me, the statement on that patch just conveyed the thoughts that he and many another Veteran have toward “Hanoi Jane” Fonda, myself included. Yes Semper Idem, you’re right, but I and many others see what she did to our Vietnam Vets as quite unforgivable!

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          P.S. Isn’t what she did the equivalent of her being filmed hugging and kissing Hitler during WWII? I see her deeds in the same vein.

      • OWB says:

        Maybe you should do a bit more research yourself, SI.

        If you consider there to be “no comparison,” please tell us what your cut off is for atrocities. Jane and her commie friends are directly responsible for the deaths of millions of people in Cambodia and other places. She and her ilk apparently also condone the millions killed in Russia. And however many disappeared in China.

        Yeah, I may have to agree with you that there is no comparison, but only because the people this bitch supports have killed many more than Hitler ordered.

  7. OWB says:

    The queen of the special little snowflake crowd has earned every bit of ire directed at her. She certainly has remained consistent in her cluelessness over the decades, and her insistence that because she says it, it must be true.

    You, Hanoi Jane, define neither the manner of my forgiveness nor my memory.

  8. SJ says:

    The cynic in me might say that Jonn throws in a Fonda thread as click bait. /Smile. TSO’s Bernasty/Wickre update posts work too.

  9. Big Steve says:

    Ok, hon, you made a “huge,huge mistake.”

    And we vets have huge, huge memories.

    You did what you did not out of any true conviction, but because you were a trendy feather brain eager to please your ilk in Hollywood, all the other worst elements of American society, and get yourself some publicity in the process. Take a hike.

    • B Woodman says:

      Yes. Take a hike. A loooong hike. Off a taaaall cliff.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Come to think of it, “Hanoi Jane” Fonda tried to do some filming or another up in Maine some years ago and a big Group of Vets showed up there telling her where to go! She tried her apology crap then and there, too, and it failed!

  10. Ex-PH2 says:

    Oh, Janie, Janie, Janie. You just don’t get it, do you, you silly bitch?

    The only reason you had a career of any kind was because your daddy got jobs for you.

    If you ever figure out that you really are NOT relevant to anyone at all, let us know.

    On second thought, don’t. Just walk away into the gloom. You just don’t matter any more.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      I truly think that if it wasn’t for who her father was (who was a WWII Vet if I’m correct), she would have been dumped like a load of garbage at a landfill and left to rot!

  11. MustangCryppie says:

    I live in Frederick. Thank God I wasn’t there.

  12. Bobo says:

    No one thinks that she’s “against soldiers”, she’s just against the soldiers who aren’t fighting for the spread of communism.

    • OWB says:

      By golly, Bobo’s got it!

      Ever notice that folks like her, and all the rest pushing the lefty agenda, seem to expect the rest of us to support their extravagant lifestyles? Hypocrites all.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      *PING!*,… BULLSEYE!! Here’s your cigar, Sir!!

  13. CC Senor says:

    Everyone seems to remember Jane in Hanoi, but tend to forget her participation in FTA with Donald Sutherland. I had already departed Ft Hood for my final RVN tour when that duo brought their act to town. Fuck ’em both!

    http://articles.latimes.com/2009/feb/22/entertainment/ca-secondlook22

  14. Perry Gaskill says:

    The remarkable thing about this, at least it seems to me, isn’t that Jane can’t wrap her head around why anyone is still pissed at her for being pals with the NVA, or that 50 vets would show up to remind her of the fact, it’s that a bunch of people in Frederick, Maryland would apparently be willing to pay actual money to hear anything she has to say.

    What’s up with that?

  15. Climb to Glory says:

    Oh and fuck you again Jane.

  16. StBernardnot says:

    When slipped a note by a prisoner, she turned it over to the NVA. If that ain’t a traitor, I don’t know what is.
    ‘Nam 67-68-69

    • Beretverde says:

      The POW note passing is an urban legend.

      She did enough damage to warrant a burning in hell.

      • Hondo says:

        True, Beretverde – the POW note passing story is bullsh!t. But you are correct that she still did enough to deserve all the grief she’s getting and more.

        In 1972, Fonda called returning POWs “hypocrites and liars and pawns” when their accounts of being tortured in captivity were published, saying that the POWs she saw ” . . . were not men who had been tortured. These were not men who had been starved. These were not men who had been brainwashed.”

        The next year, after the reports of POW torture by the North Vietnamese were numerous and consistent enough to be obviously true, she later was quoted as saying, “I’m quite sure that there were incidents of torture . . . but the pilots who were saying it was the policy of the Vietnamese and that it was systematic, I believe that’s a lie.”

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Fonda

        In this case, Wikipedia appears to be well-sourced concerning the matters in question.

        Then again, we’re not exactly talking here about a deep thinker with the intellectual capacity of Marie Curie, or who really seems to care much about America’s ideals. What else would you expect from someone who was quoted (in a bio by Patricia Bosworth titled Jane Fonda: The Private Life of a Public Woman) as having once said, “My biggest regret is I never got to f**k Che Guevara.”

        Screw her – figuratively speaking.

      • Jabatam says:

        I’m glad you guys have some sense on here to look at facts objectively. You wouldn’t believe the assault my character has sustained over the last few days by trying to educate a few people commenting on Fox News’ Facebook page on the difference between facts and fiction. I don’t care really but it’s refreshing to see a group of Veterans that can think for themselves

  17. Climb to Glory says:

    A mistake is when bump into someone or dial the wrong phone number. What this bitch did is treason. Treason is not a mistake. Fuck you Jane and get dead bitch.

  18. Sam Naomi says:

    I am not a Nam veteran, but I am a Korean Veteran from 1950-1952 and I have been following every move that that no good BITCH has been up to, and what she’s been trying to do to get back into the graces of our Nam Veterans. Well my thoughts now are the same as they were twenty five years ago, “Then and only then when she is six feet under will I say to her, “REST IN HELL YOU BITCH”

    Sam (Where the tall corn grows)

  19. Club Manager says:

    I nominate the bitch to become one of the “72 virgins” when she croaks.

    Her actions, along with John Kerry, cost American fighting men’s lives because they provided aid and comfort to the enemy and delayed the eventual truce.

    Line both of these bastards up against the wall and draw lots for the firing squad positions for which there would be a waiting line of tens of thousands of Vietnam Veterans.
    Welcome home brothers!!

  20. E-6 type, 1 ea says:

    “whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.”

    I can’t think of any way that what she did DOESN’T meet the requirement for treason.

    • nbcguy54 says:

      Well she was with Ted Turner for over 5 years, but I’m not sure who got the worst end if that relationship.

  21. Azygos says:

    Is there a lottery to see who gets to piss on her grave first? Seems like it might be a good fundraiser?

  22. The Other Whitey says:

    So she wasn’t against the troops, huh? Even though she made all kinds of statements, both in print and on audio/video recordings, in which she openly vilified US personnel in Vietnam. As my Grandpa would say (and did back then), don’t piss down my back and tell me it’s raining.

    This all took place before my parents were in high school, but I heard about that shit from a young, young age from my whole family. My Uncle Greg (Mom’s oldest brother) went to Vietnam as an 18-year-old Marine rifleman in 1966. To say that my grandparents didn’t care for people who talked about what a great thing it would be for their son to die at the hands of the Brave People’s (mass-murdering, torturing, gang-raping) Army of Vietnam is the understatement of the millenium. My sweet old Grandma never insulted anybody and wouldn’t say shit if she had a mouthful of it, but she only ever referred to Hanoi Jane as “that Goddamned traitor bitch” or some variation thereof, and she could use her New Yorker accent to put a very special derogatory emphasis on each syllable. Grandpa…very, very few things could make Grandpa truly lose his shit and fly off the handle. But seeing her face on TV topped the list. As for Uncle Greg himself, well, he was a very friendly and talkative guy, but he had a way of showing his disdain for somebody by refusing to talk about or even acknowledge them that was very effective. And he never, ever spoke of her. Period.

    The fact that Uncle Greg (one of the finest men who ever lived) died in a traffic collision in 1999 while that two-faced cunt still steals oxygen to this day is a travesty.

  23. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    As soon as “Hanoi Jane” Fonda’s corpse is buried, someone ought to simply install a row of “piss tubes” on her grave. At least six ought to be a good start, and I’ll pitch in for supplies!! Let’s see at least six 10′ pieces of 6″ diameter PVC pipe,…

    • Mustang1LT says:

      Well, I DID used to be a Plumber in the Air Guard and I’m currently an Engineer Officer so I think this would be right up my alley. The only payment I want is to be first in line to use the Jane Fonda Memorial Urinal and Pisstorium! Something tells me that the grass will never grow there and there will be a persistent malodorous yellow puddle at that location…..

      • Mustang1LT says:

        Oh and when that blessed day comes, I will buy the first round at the nearest fine drinking establishment….I missed celebrating Ted “Swimmer” Kennedy’s and Robert “Sheets” Byrd’s deaths but I fully intend on toasting this bitch’s demise. Who’s with me?

        • OWB says:

          There should be enough of us headed in that direction to cause a traffic jam which could last decades.

          • Mustang1LT says:

            It’ll be like Woodstock only with a more hygienic and better behaved crowd. And the best part: you won’t run out of Porta-Johns!

          • SJ says:

            Can we add some barrels of shit to be burned with diesel? Throw in a Red Pill Monday bonus. I despise this bitch. Oh, and as somewone else said, John Fucking Kerry too.

            • GDContractor says:

              I was living in LA during the 2004 Presidential Election Campaign. I put a bumper sticker on my truck that said “Not Fonda Kerry” and it had a red hammer and sickle on it. The only time I got honked at, it was because someone was giving me the thumbs up.

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          I WON’T be in any hurry to piss on her grave once she’s buried, and for two reasons:
          1. Our Vietnam Vets that are still with us rightfully deserve “first dibs”.
          2. I HATE WAITING IN LONG LINES!!! 😈

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        Thus my offered donation of some 6′ diameter Schedule 40 PVC pipe to be installed as “piss tubes” at her gravesite. Gimme your advice, do y’all think they should be installed in rows opposite each other, in a circle, or in a “star” formation resembling a pentagram when viewed from above?

        • Mustang1LT says:

          I think they should be arranged to form the letters “Fuck You, Jane” when viewed from above.

          • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

            With all due respects Sir, I think that’s too many lengths of pipe. I think I’d prefer a pentagram-like formation of piss tubes atop her grave site!

            • GDContractor says:

              Just make sure you seal the bottom ends off with some clay so they back up and stink like hell.

        • JimW says:

          shes going to be cremated in a shit burner. And the ashes will be spread over a landfill. That’s how toxic waste should be treated!

  24. Marine_7002 says:

    StBernardnot: just to set the record straight, that note-passing story has been long discredited.

    http://www.military-money-matters.com/nam-pows.html#axzz3PCt1ZkvM

    Out of respect to the former POWs who so request, we need to stop this story from going around. If you’ve forwarded this story to others, please let them know it’s bogus and ask them to stop circulating it also.

    Hanoi Jane has done more than enough to earn our unremitting scorn, let’s not water things down with false accusations.

    A quote:

    “I thought you needed to see a message that I sent to some folks who were establishing web pages with completely false stories which had been submitted to them as true stories. They agreed to stop after learning that they had received bogus information.

    NAM-POW names of: Jerry Driscoll, Larry Carrigan, and A.J. Myers have been connected, falsely, with the below stories. If any of you see these false stories passed around the net from group to group, please send a copy of this message to the sender and try to get this nonsense and slander of McCain, Driscoll, Carrigan, and A.J stopped.

    Thanks,
    Mike McGrath
    President of NAM-POWs

    (1) There is a bogus story floating around about Larry Carrigan, Jane Fonda, torture of POWs, death of POWs, strips of paper, notes given to Jane, etc. I just thought you should know that this is all bull crap propagated by someone for some unknown purpose….probably to bolster some hate against the traitorous witch.

    I’m not defending her, we all hate her as much as the next person, but you need to get your stories straight.

    Jerry Driscoll is my Secretary/Treasurer. I just talked to him. Same for A.J. Myers. They had nothing to do with the article attributed to them. They ask that we get their names off that bunch of crap. Tonight I talked with Larry Carrigan. He asked that we get his name off all that crap as well.

    He never left a room to talk to anyone like that. No torture or beatings to see Fonda. He was living with Bud Day, John McCain and a bunch of hard nosed resistors during the Fonda visit…lots of witnesses if you want to question him (or them). Larry was never near Jane.

    There were never any POWs killed on account of Jane. (Did anyone ever provide a name of one of these tortured fellows?)

    That story about the notes has a nice theatric touch, but no such thing ever happened. The only ones who met with Jane willingly, to my knowledge, were CDR Gene Wilber and LCOL Ed Miller. One NAM-POW was forced to go before the Fonda delegation. And I think that was only to sit at a table for a photo opportunity. I doubt he even got a chance to talk to her let alone slip her a note.

    To my knowledge, the worst that happened to the rest of us was that we had to listen to the camp radio (Radio Hanoi and Hanoi Hannah) with the Fonda propaganda. It pissed us off, but I doubt you can call that “torture.” So, if you get a chance to SHUT THIS STORY DOWN to the groups who are forwarding it, PLEASE DO SO. You can cut and paste this paragraph if you want to. Doubters can come to me if they need to.

    Mike McGrath,
    President of NAM-POWs
    POW 30 June 67 to 4 March 73

    Read more: http://www.military-money-matters.com/nam-pows.html#ixzz3PCtdlczu
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  25. Mike Smith says:

    In 2005 I spit a mouthful of Redman into that nasty, vapid face. I also will be in line to piss on her grave. Having said that, though, I agree with Marine_7002. I don’t believe the story about the SSNs. I do have some questions for her –

    http://www.leatherneck.com/ezine/articles/9/1

  26. Sapper3307 says:

    I was very bad on my final deployment. I found some Hanoi Jan dvds in our daytent and burned them all in the smokeing area. It was amazing that so maney sevice members were oblivious to this bitchs dirt. It even offend some of our intellectual and hippie s in uniform

    • Big Steve says:

      I would say you were very GOOD on your last deployment. 🙂

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Wanna see some cool effects? Put ANY DVD featuring “HANOI Jane” Fonda into a microwave and watch the light show!! 😀

    • FasterThanFastjack says:

      As one of those self-confessed intellectuals in uniform… Yeah nah fuck this bitch. My family is military damn near all the way up the line, to the point that my granddad, gods rest his fucking soul was right there in that shit. I will be right there to piss on Fonda’s grave in his memory.

  27. Farflung Wanderer says:

    Look, Jane, let me break it down to you.

    You went to North Vietnam. During a war. And took pictures with the NVA.

    Come clean. Say that you were against the troops then, and that is that.

    That’s all you need to do.

    Don’t BS about how you “support the troops” because we know you don’t. You went to a hostile nation to the US during the middle of a war, and you weren’t a diplomat. There’s nothing you can say or do to excuse that.

    So please, stop trying to glad-hand, because none of us are buying it.

  28. Climb to Glory says:

    If only there would’ve been an air strike while she was sitting on that AA weapon and they dropped ordinance on her dumb skull. She would then be another dumb footnote in history.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      THAT would have been poetic justice, a US bomb turning her into a Rorschach smear on a North Vietnamese hilltop!

  29. Frank Nollette, CMSgt, USAF, Ret'd says:

    Is Jane running for office or supporting a ding-a-ling candidate for same? Or is she angling for a movie/TV role? Seems she only surfaces when her popularity takes another dip or she’s literally on unemployment in the Hollywood industry.

  30. W2 says:

    Hanoi Jane, American communist traitor bitch. Why can’t you just fade away?

  31. Mr Wolf says:

    BESTEST COMMENT ever made at TAH had to do with HJ:

    “I will be sure to attend the funeral of Jane Fonda, just to be sure I’m the first to piss on her grave. Does etiquette require I wait for the family to leave?”

  32. TankBoy says:

    Never forget. Until this c**t is dead.

  33. Craig Payne says:

    May she rot in hell for what she did,
    Vietnam Vet 68/69

  34. David says:

    y’know, this is at least the second or third time she has come out and tapdanced around the topic…. and NEVER uses words like “sorry” or “apology”. F*ck her. Or, out of respect for PH2’s spelling, f-ck her.

    • David says:

      Oh – and the best thing said to Jane Fonda was in “Fun With Dick and Jane” when she tells her husband “It’s interesting that you think the only jobs I could hold would be hooker or secretary” to which he replied “Jane, you can’t type, either.”

  35. JimW says:

    jane fonda. When I hear that name all I can think about is “Traitor Bitch”
    I can’t believe they never charged her with Treason. Her and john kerry were buddies. Lying Bastards. These two help perpetrate the vietnam veteran baby killer type persona…. The air stinks now some one must have let a jane fonda go.

  36. FistFu68 says:

    Treasonous B***H should be executed & a bunchberry American Scum w/Her

  37. FistFu68 says:

    Treasonious B***H should be executed & a Bunch more of the Commie Scum right here in the USofA