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Entries in First Lady Nancy Reagan (4)

Wednesday
Aug142013

As boycott proceeds, 'The Butler' director acknowledges political activism

Supporters of the boycott may make their voice heard by simply clicking 'Like' on the Facebook page or by attending a boycott event. (Snip: Boycott Hanoi Jane Playing Nancy Reagan/Facebook)Lee Daniels, director and producer of the film The Butler did a Q&A with Politico’s Patrick Gavin.

The film has already become a target for Vietnam-era veterans and their supporters because Jane Fonda was cast as First Lady Nancy Reagan.

Fonda’s activism against the Vietnam War and her vitriolic attacks on U.S. troops as well as her praise for repressive government systems made her quite possibly the worst choice in the universe to play President Ronald Reagan’s wife.

Was Fonda deliberately cast in the role as an insult?

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Monday
Jul292013

Conservatives deserve rap on the knuckles for not defending Reagan legacy

Fonda wore a t-shirt with her mug shot from her pro-communist Vietnam days for a recent interview about her role in the film 'The Butler.' (Snip: interview from deadline.com)Maybe it’s just me, but the thought of Jane Fonda playing First Lady Nancy Reagan in the film The Butler seems an epic insult on more than one account.

There’s a double insult, though, at the hands of conservatives.

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Thursday
May022013

More than 20,000 ‘Likes’ and a treasure trove of memories at ‘Boycott Hanoi Jane’

Operation ‘Oregon’ was conducted by infantry platoon of Troop B. Shown here, a soldier is lowered into one of the notorious tunnels the enemy used. (Photo: U.S. Government Archives; April 24, 1967)The US Report is following the Facebook page ‘Boycott Hanoi Jane Playing Nancy Reagan’, updating news on supporters and the founder, US Navy veteran Larry Reyes.

As this column went live, more than 20,000 supporters who remember celebrity Jane Fonda’s assistance to the enemy in the Vietnam War have ‘liked’ the page.

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Friday
Apr262013

‘Boycott Hanoi Jane’ founder delves celeb’s traitorous past on The Cindy Graves Show

Marines of Company H walk through a punji-staked gully, January 28, 1966. The punji sticks could be sharp and arranged and camouflaged so that a soldier couldn’t leave the area without injuring himself. (Photo: National Archives)Larry Reyes, a 20-year Navy vet who lives in California, took his message about boycotting the film The Butler to talk radio on The Cindy Graves Show on WBOB AM 600 on Friday.

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