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Posted: 8/23/2004 10:17:33 AM EST
[Last Edit: 8/23/2004 11:10:12 AM EST by renotse]
Paul Galanti (tortutred in Hanoi Hilton) on Hannity


Thought for the day............" John Kerry, gave the enemy for free, what I and many of my comrades in North Vietnam prison camps took torture to avoid saying.... It demoralized us......" SwiftVet Paul Galanti


Link Posted: 8/23/2004 10:22:24 AM EST
Link Posted: 8/23/2004 10:26:06 AM EST

Originally Posted By Sweep:
We get Hannity here from 4-7. I'll make sure I'm tuned in. Thanks.



hit the link and listen online...Hannity web stream here
Link Posted: 8/23/2004 11:12:55 AM EST
Bob Dole got a call from Kerry whining about SwiftVets......Dole told Kerry that he was tired of the left attacking bush....It was priceless......still on now
Link Posted: 8/24/2004 8:18:41 AM EST
This shouldn't fall to the back pages.


Paul Galanti Speaks Out on Kerry

Paul Galanti Speaks Out on Kerry
By John M. Glionna
Los Angeles Times
02-20-2004


Although tired of the John Kerry subject, I think the world of our returned POWs and am interested in their perspective in regards to Mr. Kerry. Today I came across an article from the Cincinnati Post quoting ex-POW and former U.S. Navy pilot, Commander Paul Galanti, USN (Ret):
Paul Galanti learned of Kerry's speech while held captive inside North Vietnam's infamous "Hanoi Hilton" internment camp. The Navy pilot had been shot down in June 1966 and spent nearly seven years as a prisoner of war.

During torture sessions, he said, his captors cited the antiwar speeches as "an example of why we should cross over to (their) side."

"The Viet Cong didn't think they had to win the war on the battlefield," Galanti said, "because thanks to these protesters they were going to win it on the streets of San Francisco and Washington."

He says Kerry broke a covenant among servicemen never to make public criticisms that might jeopardize those still in battle or in the hands of the enemy. Because he did, Galanti said, "John Kerry was a traitor to the men he served with."

Now retired and living in Richmond, Va., Galanti, 64, refuses to cool his ire toward Kerry. "I don't plan to set it aside. I don't know anyone who does," he said. "The Vietnam Memorial has thousands of additional names due to John Kerry and others like him."

Galanti's military decorations include the Silver Star, Two Legions of Merit for combat, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Bronze Star for combat, nine Air Medals, the Navy Commendation Medal for combat and two Purple Hearts.


Link Posted: 8/24/2004 9:46:36 AM EST

Originally Posted By renotse:
Paul Galanti (tortutred in Hanoi Hilton) on Hannity

Thought for the day............" John Kerry, gave the enemy for free, what I and many of my comrades in North Vietnam prison camps took torture to avoid saying.... It demoralized us......" SwiftVet Paul Galanti





Why does McCain keep defend Kerry? Every time he opened his bis mouth back home McCain got more torture.
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