Hanoi Jane still thinks she is relevant. She still thinks that the U.S. President, a Republican this time unlike the Democratic John Fitzgerald Kennedy who was responsible for Vietnam, is wrong for involving the U.S. in a war halfway around the world. She’s not a deep thinker. Never was.
But who cares? Al Jazeera loves her! Here’s the lede.
Chanting “peace, salaam, shalom,” and carrying banners reading “Congress Inaction is Immoral” and “The Surge is a Lie,” “bring our troops home,” tens of thousands of American anti-war protesters gathered in front of the U.S. Capitol yesterday to hear many anti-war activists who included Jane Fonda, among other actress and actresses, war Veterans, military families, lawmakers, and a 12-year-old Massachusetts girl who called on the U.S. government to end the country’s military involvement in Iraq.
Follow the link to read all about the 12-year-old girl’s thoughts explaining how Al Gore’s movie led her to believe she should go to this anti-war protest along with communist Hollywood moguls Tim Robbins, Susan Sarandon, Sean Penn, and Hanoi Jane. I wouldn’t want to leave out Jesse Jackson, who has fallen a long way from being a protege of Martin Luther King to two-bit racism-hustler. This twelve-year old is no Einstein.