Al Franken
Vietnam War has earned

The Vietnam War was never declared - Nixo-facto, the Vietnam war never happened. What really happened was that John F. Kennedy sent advisors into Vietnam to help them with a border dispute. Over the course of a few years, more and more advisors were needed and eventually the border dispute was ended. Now some people call this a "war" but in reality, it was just America helping a defenseless country in the way only America can. Some people say the Vietnam war was a mistake - probably because there is no oil in Vietnam. Who knew?

If Stephen Colbert, the most powerful man on Earth, wanted to, he could declare the Vietnam War to be real.

The only lesson from the Vietnam War is that we'll succeed unless we quit.

See AlsoEdit

World War 0  | World War I  | World War II  | World War III
The War of Northern Aggression  | Cold War  | Korean War  | Vietnam War
The French Revolution  | War of 1812  | American-Indian War  | American-Mexican War  | American-Spanish War
War On Terror  | Gulf War  | Operation Iraqi Freedom  | War On Iran
War On Christmas  | Easter Under Attack  | The War On The Fourth Of July  | War on Monkeys  | The Cola Wars  | War on The Free Market  | The War To Christmasize Israel  | War of The Internets Tubes  | War On Science
War On The Middle Class  | The War Against The Gayification of American Children  | War On Drugs  | War On Poverty

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