That's totally ridiculous. You don't know what kind of context that photograph the picture is presented in. At best, it's a Vietnamese view of the POW-MIA movement that Kerry was a part of. At worst, it's some declaration of John Kerry as a war criminal. Where are you seeing admiration, especially when the museum is detailing a brutal war?<br><br>Do we put pictures of people we love and admire without explanation in the Oklahoma City bombing museum?<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
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