Over 30 years later, she’s sorry… but not that sorry.

Jane Fonda Regrets 1972 Visit to Vietnam Gun Site

Aww, look at that. Hanoi Jane says she’s sorry… for taking a picture at a gun site. Not sorry for the slap-in-the-face betrayal and exploitation of the American POWs she was paraded in front of. Not for her utter lack of support for the Soldiers of her country. Just sorry for allowing herself to be a featured star of communist propaganda.

Thanks, Jane.

Please fade back into obscurity… we really didn’t miss you.

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jane Fonda regrets her visit to a North Vietnamese gun site in 1972, the actress and fitness guru said in an interview with CBS television show “60 Minutes” to be aired Sunday.

The actress defended her trip to Vietnam in 1972, which won her the nickname “Hanoi Jane.” But she said her visit to a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun site used to shoot down U.S. pilots was a “betrayal” of the U.S. military.

“The image of Jane Fonda, Barbarella, Henry Fonda’s daughter … sitting on an enemy aircraft gun was a betrayal,” she said, calling the act, “The largest lapse of judgment that I can even imagine.”