We had previouslyposted on the antics of Hanoi Jane and at fear of giving her more publicity than she deserves in her effort to hawk her new book; however, I feel the need because Jane Fonda has waited 32 years to make what Michelle Malkin calls a non-apology. Michelle’s new article goes into great length of the MSM’s still fascination with the Jane ‘o thon apology tour.
In Jane Fonda’s upcoming 60 Minutes interview she references her one regret after talking about many things in her life that I would have assumed maybe she would have regretted as well.
It’s something that Fonda now says she regrets. “I will go to my grave regretting that. The image of Jane Fonda, Barbarella, Henry Fonda’s daughter, just a woman sitting on a enemy aircraft gun, was a betrayal,” says Fonda.
In probably the most clueless Q&A of the evening the following is said:
“When you hear of this intense fury at you … 30 year later, does it hurt you?” asks Stahl.
“It makes me sad. It makes me sad, because I think that it’s ill-placed anger,” says Fonda. “I understand that I’m a lightning rod, and I know why the anger is there.”
JANE, MAYBE IF YOU ACTUALLY APOLOGIZED FOR WHAT YOU DID AND UNDERSTOOD IT WAS 100% WRONG MAYBE THERE COULD BE SOME FORGIVENESS. MAYBE IF YOU APOLOGIZED ABOUT THE MATTER WHEN YOU WERE NOT SHILLING A BOOK THAT TOO MAY BE APPRECIATED.
The truth is Jane Fonda has not changed in 30 years and never will. Please stop the apologies. Jane trust me on this one, you will never live this down because you did something so few people have; crossed a boundary of acceptable behavior that affected so many and caused so much physical and psychological pain that you will never be forgiven.