The Boston Globe has been reading the question and answer session from Kerry's 1971 testimony before Congress about the Vietnam War. In that testimony, Kerry said two things that are rather troubling. One was that American soldiers had "murdered" 200,000 Vietnamese a year. "Murder" is not the normal verb used when a country is at war. Do all those Vietnam vets whom Kerry is appealing to like being called murderers? Doesn't that make Kerry a murderer too?
Kerry also said that he had gone to Paris and met with both sides in the negotiations going on there at the Peace talks. Great. A private citizen inserting himself into delicate negotiations just out of his own curiosity. You know, there is a law against that. (link via Memeorandum)