“You lost in Vietnam; you’re losing here . . . You lost in Vietnam; you’re losing here . . . You lost in Vietnam; you’re losing here . . .”
It is possible that among our readers there are a precious few who have heard this chant in person, about 22 years ago. If you have, this article is my tribute to you.
The chant was started by the pro-abort crowd at the Veterans’ Rescue the Saturday before the first DC Project of Operation Rescue, in November 1988, when the police started arresting the Rescuers. It followed a day of vicious verbal assault and harassment against men in uniform whose only crime that day was that they blocked an abortion mill to save unborn babies from being slaughtered. I will let a participant in the event describe it in their own words: