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To Set The Record Straight
How Swift Boat Veterans, POWs and
New Media Defeated John Kerry
by Scott Swett and Tim Ziegler
Sen. John Kerry's 2004 presidential bid
became the catalyst for an unprecedented political movement by Vietnam veterans who had long resented his false 1971 testimony
that U.S. troops were routinely committing war crimes.
Despite the best efforts of the Democratic
Party and its media affiliates, they succeeded in reaching out to the public and turning the presidential campaign upside
Here, for the first time, is the complete
of how - and why - they did it.
From: Bruce Obermeyer
firstname.lastname@example.orgFormer Captain, USAF
Pilot, 361st Tactical
Electronic Warfare Squadron
DaNang, South Vietnam; NKP and Ubon, Thailand
Please help promote the book and the website
by passing this on to everyone you can. This will be fun, and it is a great way of seeking retribution for all the years
of slander and anger we had to endure from the Leftists.
Amazon.com now has the book listed (paperback). I wrote
a review of it (5 stars, of course) and then started a discussion. My review is not up yet (takes 48 hours for them
to review and make sure it meets their standards), but my discussion thread is up. Here is the link (you'll have to
copy it into your browser):
It also shows up on the same page
as the book link and the reviews if you scroll down some.
The review will show up here in a day or two if they approve
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0979984106/freeadver02f3-20/ref=nosim/Now I'll sit back and watch the
haters slam the discussion and the reviews.
PS: I have been corresponding with Scott Swett (www.wintersoldier.com) for several years. He was a key player behind
the scenes with the Swift Boat Vets and POWs for Truth that sank John "D Student" Kerry's run for the White House. He and
USMC Vietnam vet Tim Ziegler have a new book out titled "To Set The Record Straight" explaining why and how the whole effort
came to pass. Here is their website URL.
http://www.tosettherecordstraight.com/Please help them promote it and their
book. I am reading my autographed copy now. Scott and Tim are doing this not only to help clear the record of Vietnam
vets who served with honor but also to help raise money for wounded vets and their families. A side benefit is to keep Kerry
from ever successfully running for President and to make sure we never forget who Kerry and Hanoi Jane Fonda and the phony
VVAW were and are. Why does this matter now, and why should you visit the site and read the book? Because John "D-Student"
Kerry and the same anti-American leftists are repeating the scenario today against our brave men and women in uniform and
once again undermining our national security. We must be just as
prepared and relentless in pushing back against them
as they are in trying to bring about the defeat of the United States. Those who do not learn from their history....
can download a chapter from the book and read it if you want. Here is the URL to the Table of Contents and a link to
download CHAPTER 13:
Rather's Ruin and the Rise of the Pajamahadeen.:
http://www.tosettherecordstraight.com/index.php?topic=ExcerptsThis is the Preface, written by Scott's
father, a Vietnam vet. It is very moving and powerful.
In the spring of 1969, U. S. Army Chief of Staff General
William C. Westmoreland gave a presentation to the U. S. Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Virginia. He concluded with
"I recently had the privilege of decorating a young Captain for valor in Vietnam. He was in command of
a battery of 105 howitzers. They started taking mortar fire. He had a then-experimental counter-mortar radar that showed the
mortar fire was coming from a nearby village. All of his instincts and training said to traverse his guns and silence the
mortar, but he didn't do that. Instead, he ordered his men to take cover and led a platoon to the village on foot.
they got there, they saw the villagers were gathered in the center of the village, so they silently moved forward behind the
buildings. In the middle of that gathering there was a ten-foot diameter pit in the ground, and in the pit, three enemy soldiers
holding guns on the villagers while the mortar crew fired at the American artillery position.
The Captain and two
of his men went in low, screening themselves behind the villagers, lobbed grenades, and yelled. They and the villagers fell
away from the pit. The grenades went off in the pit. They ran forward and cleaned up the situation, and that was that. No
As I was pinning on his medal, I asked the Captain how he got so smart.
He said, "Oh,
you could always expect 'em to pull a stunt like that when there was an American TV crew in the province."
and gentlemen, the Captain knows his war."
--Col. Ben H. Swett, USAF (Ret.)
Vietnam veteran, 1969-70
Former Captain, USAF
Pilot, 361st Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron
DaNang, South Vietnam;
NKP and Ubon, Thailand
More time just flying missions over Cambodia than John Kerry spent in his entire abbreviated "tour of
duty" ...my concept of loyalty: