Richard Blumenthal, Harvard graduate, Yale Law School graduate, editor of the Yale Law Review, United States Supreme Court clerk, Attorney General of the State of Connecticut, and long-time lawyer told the world today that he regrets a poor choice of words. His statements about serving in Vietnam were taken out of context, he suggested. He really, really, really didn't mean to suggest he served in Vietnam; he only meant to speak truth: he served during Vietnam.
When all else fails blame the prepositions?
You be the judge: