Terry L Garten
Terry L Garten

I served my country during the Vietnam era (1966-1972) Where did Obama serve??? He isn't even a citizen of the United States how can he hold the office on President!!!!!!!!!!

Patty Glass Wastler
Patty Glass Wastler
  • Terry L Garten

Amen for that Terry!!! I agree 100% about obama not being a citzen of USA & should not be "OUR" President!!! He needs to go back to his country where he came from. After hearing him say how "HE HATES AMERICANS" in the video he made with him & his muslims friends, I am so afraid of what he's going to do while in "OUR WHITE HOUSE"........GO BACK TO KENYA obama!!!!!!

Donna Glasgow
Donna Glasgow
  • Terry L Garten

omg how can he serve office if not usa citizen

Jacob Lynn Hall Sr.
Jacob Lynn Hall Sr.

what in the hell is wrong with this president????vets should alway's come first!!!

Donna Glasgow
Donna Glasgow
  • Jacob Lynn Hall Sr.

amem jacob

Eddie Wilson
Eddie Wilson
  • Jacob Lynn Hall Sr.

He was a special order from satan himself. This guy is evil thru & thru.

Shirley Ross
Shirley Ross
  • Jacob Lynn Hall Sr.

Obama is on vacation!!!!He is not concerned about these families!!!!

Wanda Munson
Wanda Munson

My brother served In Vietnam .He had many problems, & died at 57 years old of cancer .We should thank the young men who cared to protect our country. My father world war two, My husband Korean war All died too soon.It breaks my heart the way Our Country has Changed, May God Have Mercy on all of us

Jim Greene
Jim Greene

OBVIOUSLY, Mr. President, you never had to fight for your country. I am an agent orange exposed veteran with diabetes after spending 11/2 years in Vietnam and can't believe the comments you have made! Maybe you should think before you speak!

Patty Glass Wastler
Patty Glass Wastler
  • Jim Greene

How can he think when he usually has someone else write his que cards for him......lol!! If he's not repeating his que cards, every word that comes out of his mouth is a lie!!!! Right???

Samar Jit
Samar Jit

America owes Vietnam an apology. How about that!?

Annette Brown
Annette Brown
  • Samar Jit

The American 'under current' Government owes MY HUSBAND an apology for sending him into a false war for no reason but to make a point and to make more money for the rich. The owe ME an apology for all the years of stress and verbal abuse I've endured from the total life consuming thought of being used by those in charge; then to make it worse, it wasn't as they remember, they don't deserve proper medical treatment, they have to prove they were ever harmed in any way, they have to PROVE they...

The American 'under current' Government owes MY HUSBAND an apology for sending him into a false war for no reason but to make a point and to make more money for the rich. The owe ME an apology for all the years of stress and verbal abuse I've endured from the total life consuming thought of being used by those in charge; then to make it worse, it wasn't as they remember, they don't deserve proper medical treatment, they have to prove they were ever harmed in any way, they have to PROVE they were damaged by Agent Orange and the pages of other chemicals that were used and not admitted to, even to this day. What would you think if you received a letter from your Government stating 'We don't deny you were exposed to Agent Orange, you unloaded the barrels of the toxin onto the shore for disbursement, but at this time, it is not 'life threatening' so we cannot grant your claim, This is even though you have tumors throughout your body that we've hidden the codes for as to what they are, etc..

Annette Brown
Annette Brown
  • Samar Jit

Thanks for your reply! I agree apologies won't get it done but conversation has to start somewhere. I totally agree that the Vietnamese 'people' deserve an apology as well; they were pawns in it all as well. I do know how they feel though not being able to get anyone to listen! It's all sad.... I'm 14 years younger than my hubby and wasn't much in tune with Vietnam; but what I've learned through the years has just blown my 'American Dream' little girl image all to hell for real. Again,...

Thanks for your reply! I agree apologies won't get it done but conversation has to start somewhere. I totally agree that the Vietnamese 'people' deserve an apology as well; they were pawns in it all as well. I do know how they feel though not being able to get anyone to listen! It's all sad.... I'm 14 years younger than my hubby and wasn't much in tune with Vietnam; but what I've learned through the years has just blown my 'American Dream' little girl image all to hell for real. Again, thanks.... and Pray things turn out as they should; "God uses the hearts of evil men to achieve a mighty work upon this earth!" Lets all hope this is one of those times............

Phil Adam
Phil Adam

You had to be there to witness What the Communists did. I spent almost 4 years there between 66 and 72. Some of us may have done bad things, but atrocities we 10 times worse by them on their own people. I was an infantryman, a LRRP, and an advisor. I served with honor and so did 99 percent of my fellow soldiers.

Marie Ann Ferencz
Marie Ann Ferencz
  • Phil Adam

Thanks...my husband served from 65 to 67...spared over at Nam..other family and friends not so lucky...Pathetic excuse from a 'nobody obama'....tell that misundrestanding BIT to the 60,000 KILLED to the familys and loved ones who cried massive tears...sob obama is just that!

Patrick Webb
Patrick Webb

ImPeach Obama today

Patrick Webb
Patrick Webb

Obama administration have forgotten our POWs

Jack Cunningham
Jack Cunningham

DUC DUC Refugee Village - America fought the Vietnam War to fight the spread of communism. For 6 months, I lived and served (24/7) in a Vietnamese peasant, farming village, under the Marine's Combined Action Program (CAP). Seven months after Americans left the village, the Vietnamese communists burned the village to ashes. Hundreds of innocent men, women and children were killed, wounded or went missing. http://www.CapVeterans.com

Jack Cunningham
Jack Cunningham

For 6 months, I lived and served (24/7) in a Vietnamese peasant, farming village, under the Marine's Combined Action Program (CAP). Seven months after Americans left the village, the Vietnamese communists burned the village to ashes. Hundreds of innocent men, women and children were killed, wounded or went missing

See more comments…