C-SPAN, as part of its “Road to the White House,” is broadcasting Sen. Kerry’s 1971 testimony before Sen. Fulbright this Sunday night (6:30 & 9:30).
Just as significant, the following Sunday (March 28) they will be showing the 1971 Dick Cavett Show’s John Kerry and John O’Neil (anti-war) debate.
BOTH ARE NOT TO BE MISSED!
So, stock up on your favorite adult beverage (we are all going to need some “fortification”) and break out the popcorn. On second thought, that may not be such a good idea, as I’m sure that most of us will probably feel ill from what we see and hear.
BUT DEFINITELY, get the word out to one and all. These two shows, I hope (dare I add “and pray,” or is that no longer permissible?) may very well lead to a Sen. Snake “implosion.” Let’s see him try and “deny” his own testimony!p>All Ye “Real Brothers,” Keep The Faith, and God Bless! br> — Michael Johnson br> Burlington, Vermont /p> p>
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