Weren't some of us complaining about the fact that all people were doing is C&P links? That there was no thought or opinion being stated?
Asking Karzak for proof for his statements is like beating your head against a wall, Suze.
Kerry Denies Quotes Accusing U.S. Soliders of War Crimes
It doesn't confirm what you've said.
Kerry confessed to being a war criminal on the Dick Cavett Show back in '71.
Appearing on "The Dick Cavett Show" in July 1971, Kerry admitted that he'd never actually seen some of the atrocities he testified about, but still maintained that U.S. soldiers fighting in Vietnam routinely violated the Nuremberg Principles.
"I personally didn't see personal atrocities in the sense I saw somebody cut a head off or something like that," he told Cavett. "However, I did take part in free-fire zones, I did take part in harassment and interdiction fire, I did take part in search-and-destroy missions in which the houses of noncombatants were burned to the ground."
"And all of these acts, I find out later on, are contrary to the Hague and Geneva conventions and to the laws of warfare. So in that sense, anybody who took part in those, if you carry out the application of the Nuremberg Principles, is in fact guilty."
"No, I was accusing American leaders of abandoning the troops. And if you read what I said, it is very clearly an indictment of leadership. I said to the Senate, where is the leadership of our country? And it's the leaders who are responsible, not the soldiers. I never said that."
He testified in front of the senate on other peoples war crimes he had seen, when he had not seen them.
John Kerry's first steps onto the national political stage took place back in 1971, when as a returning Vietnam War hero, Kerry led fellow veterans to Washington to protest against the Vietnam War and testify to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about the horrors of the war he had seen first hand. Now an NBC News examination of White House audio tapes shows that Kerry's leadership drew the attention and the ire of President Richard Nixon.
That's not quite the same thing as "confessing to being a war criminal" now is it?
He testified based on the testimony of soldiers he'd interviewed.
Kerry admitted that while in VietNam, soldiers were made to do things they probably shouldn't have
If what Kerry said was a lie, why was he saying it? What did he have to gain from lying? Please explain.
What's the point of this thread? The article you link to clearly states that Bush didn't read the report, and that Kerry didn't either. What are you getting at here?
he came back and told the truth about it