Perhaps you should pay more attention in class.
Perhaps you should read the article:
Separately, according to [campaign spokesman] Meehan's statement, Kerry crossed into Cambodia on a covert mission to drop off special operations forces. In an interview, Meehan said there was no paperwork for such missions and he could not supply a date. That makes it hard to ascertain or confirm what happened. Kerry served on two swift boats, the No. 44 in December 1968 and January 1969, and the No. 94, from February to March 1969.
Michael Medeiros, who served aboard the No. 94 with Kerry and appeared with him at the Democratic National Convention, vividly recalled an occasion on which Kerry and the crew chased an enemy to the Cambodian border but did not go beyond the border. Yet Medeiros said he could not recall dropping off special forces in Cambodia or going inside Cambodia with Kerry.
Or another article: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2002005720_cambodia15.html
The Kerry campaign has since said that the presidential candidate's recollection was imprecise — that his runs into Cambodia came in the early months of 1969.
This is supposed to be the searing, pivotal moment of Kerry's political life: sitting in a gunboat across the border on Christmas Eve, listening to the (wrong) president say there are no troops in Cambodia. But now he can't even recall which day it was, his own colleagues don't recall the incident, his campaign can't find any evidence to back him up, and his commanding officers deny he was ever there.
Hmm...where did Bush, Cheney, Ashcroft, Delay, Lott & Hastert spend Christmas of 1968? Here's a clue - their yellow butts weren't anywhere near Cambodia!
“I am saddened by the fact that Vietnam has yet again been inserted into the campaign, and that it has been inserted in what I feel to be the worst possible way… What saddens me most is that Democrats, above all those who shared the agonies of that generation, should now be re-fighting the many conflicts of Vietnam in order to win the current political conflict of a presidential primary.” -- John Kerry to Presidential candidate Bob Kerrey (D-NE), defending Clinton's record in Vietnam, Feb. 27, 1992
“You and I know that if service or non-service in the war is to become a test of qualification for high office, you would not have a vice president, nor would you have a secretary of defense, and our nation would never recover from the divisions created by that war.” -- John Kerry to President Bush, defending Clinton's record in Vietnam, Oct. 1992
[Edited 2004-08-18 20:31:27]
Keynes is dead and we are living in his long run.