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Which brings me back to his father’s “mistake”. His father changed his mind of Vietnam. At first he agreed with the generals. He thought they could win, and he wanted to give them a chance. He went over to Vietnam to see things for himself. What the generals showed him re-assured him, and he supported them for a while longer. But the more he thought about it, he decided to change his mind. He tried to explain how the generals had put their best foot forward, and not really been completely honest about their progress. He said that they had brain washed him. The secretary of defense attacked Romney at that time, very viciously. However, before he died, he admitted that they had lied to the high level people that toured Vietnam, and Romney’s dad felt much vindicated.

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