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“I am your president of law and order.” LBJ was besieged at the White House by 100,000 protestors against Vietnam war in 1968. Nixon, by more than 500,000 in 1969. Neither deployed forces against demonstrators this way.

Trump, after hiding in his bunker, rolled military vehicles onto the White House grounds. Here is now Nixon “fortified” the White House against a vast anti-Vietnam war protest in 1969. City buses, and school buses. Many, many more protestors (including me). Buses did the job

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Patrick Tadina, a 30-year @USArmy  veteran who was the longest continuously serving Ranger in Vietnam and one of the war’s most decorated enlisted soldiers, has died.

Movements that had been building along the primary fault lines of the 1960s—the Vietnam War, the Cold War, civil rights, human rights, youth culture—exploded with force in 1968.

I have seen the White House when the US was at war in Vietnam; when WH was engulfed by protestors then and thereafter; during Cold War crises; after US diplomats captured in Iran; after assassination attempts on Ford and Reagan; after 9/11 attacks. Never seen this before.

A U.S. Navy SEAL during the Vietnam War, Bob Hopp is one of nearly 80 veterans at the N.J. Veterans Home in Paramus to perish from complications of coronavirus.

The scale of the coast-to-coast protests rivaled the historic demonstrations of the civil rights and Vietnam War eras. Curfews were imposed in major cities around the U.S. About 5,000 National Guard soldiers and airmen were activated in 15 states.

The coast-to-coast protests rivaled the historic demonstrations of the Civil Rights and Vietnam War eras; Curfews were imposed in major cities around the U.S.

The scale of the coast-to-coast protests rivaled the historic demonstrations of the civil rights and Vietnam War eras. Curfews were imposed in major cities around the U.S. About 5,000 National Guard soldiers and airmen were activated in 15 states.

The scale of the coast-to-coast protests rivaled the historic demonstrations of the civil rights and Vietnam War eras.

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On this Vietnam War Veterans Day, we celebrate the brave Vietnam Veterans and all of America’s Veterans. Thank you for your service to our great Nation!

Senator Richard Blumenthal must talk about his fraudulent service in Vietnam, where for 12 years he told the people of Connecticut, as their Attorney General, that he was a great Marine War Hero. Talked about his many battles of near death, but was never in Vietnam. Total Phony!

I have now spent more time in Vietnam than Da Nang Dick Blumenthal, the third rate Senator from Connecticut (how is Connecticut doing?). His war stories of his heroism in Vietnam were a total fraud - he was never even there. We talked about it today with Vietnamese leaders!

I was right about Vietnam. I was right about Iraq. I will do everything in my power to prevent a war with Iran. I apologize to no one.

Vietnam War Veterans'>Happy National Vietnam War Veterans Day to all of our Vietnam era Veterans. You have earned our gratitude and thanks by your actions years ago and what you have done since returning home. The Nation thanks you and your families for your service and sacrifice. We love you!

How does Da Nang Dick (Blumenthal) serve on the Senate Judiciary Committee when he defrauded the American people about his so called War Hero status in Vietnam, only to later admit, with tears pouring down his face, that he was never in Vietnam. An embarrassment to our Country!

I was right about Vietnam. I was right about Iraq. I will do everything in my power to prevent a war with Iran. I apologize to no one.

How can “Senator” Richard Blumenthal, who went around for twenty years as a Connecticut politician bragging that he was a great Marine war hero in Vietnam (then got caught and sobbingly admitted he was neither a Marine nor ever in Vietnam), pass judgement on anyone? Loser!

Trump Solemnly Lays Wreath At Site Where He Would Have Died During Vietnam War If He Weren’t Rich

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I have seen social movements for change - the Civil Rights Movement, protests over the Vietnam War, the fall of communism in Europe, apartheid in South Africa. This is often how a new reality begins.

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