9/11 and Viet Nam, What a difference!
It is good to see as a nation we honor the people who died at #9/11. But don’t forget those of the Viet Nam war and others wars too. Many of them still fight to live each day. Each day I am reminded by the unsung hero’s of Viet Nam. Many more are gone. They are in my neighborhood, at my church and online. The cost far exceeded 9/11, but because of the Jane Fonda’s of the world we tried hide those cost. We say because of the 3000 American lost lives in one day on American soil, this is the worse disaster. But what about all the men lost in the various offensives carried out in View Nam. This was a war for good reason, but because of politics was turned into a war of no value. We paid a heavy cost, but the people of Southeast Asia paid the ultimate price with estimates as high as 6 million killed after we left Viet Nam. Some may say with the death of John McCain, Viet Nam is not forgotten. He was the best advocate for the aftermath, veterans and I for one do thank him for his service. But he is just one of many who are forgotten. I wished the politics of this day were different, but this is America today.
Trump doing his best in this climate to remind the nation of 9/11.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 11, 2018
The Jane Fonda’s are busy again in America. There colors have changed a bit. Today they cry foul and do much to under mind the President. As then they have a vision of an America way left. I am one to say an unamerican America, subjected to the political wills of the world.
So in ending, I ask each of us to examine what America do we really want. Obama or Trump.
One requires gut and fortitude. The other requires nothing, absolutely nothing. Everyday is a ride on the Trump Train. The Transfer of Power is still happening even on this somber day.