Friday, May 21, 2004
It seems that John Kerry has a long and consistent history of greater consultation with allies and international community:
"The 1970 meeting that current Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry conducted with North Vietnamese communists may have violated several U.S. laws, according to an author and researcher who has studied the issue.At least this once Kerry's consistent, which is good news for Kerry and bad news for the United States.
"Kerry met with representatives from 'both delegations' of the Vietnamese peace process in Paris in 1970, according to Kerry's own testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on April 22, 1971. But Kerry's meetings with the Vietnamese delegations were in direct violation of laws which forbade private citizens from negotiating with foreign powers, according to researcher and author Jerry Corsi, who began studying the anti-war movement in the early 1970s."