Swift-boat chiefs
on Farah show

By WND Staff

The two men who preceded and succeeded John Kerry as commander of his swift boat in Vietnam will be Joseph Farah’s guest today on his nationally syndicated radio talk show.

Both John O’Neill and Tedd Peck will appear simultaneously on the show, the only program to host both veterans together.

O’Neill, an attorney, is head of Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, an organization opposing John Kerry’s candidacy for president. As WorldNetDaily reported, O’Neill’s organization stated last month Kerry was a “loose cannon” in Vietnam and is unfit to be commander in chief.

After Kerry requested an early dismissal from Vietnam, O’Neill took over command of his boat. Peck served in that role before Kerry.

Swift Boat Veterans for Truth includes the entire chain of command above Kerry during his tenure in Southeast Asia, as well as enlisted men.

Peck has criticized Kerry for politicking to receive his first of three Purple Hearts.

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“If you really want the truth to get out, if you really want to spread the message of freedom from coast to coast, if you really want to change the political culture of America, there are innumerable ways to get involved and support the work that is already under way,” says Farah.