Skip to comments.POW/MIA Day: You Are Not Forgotten
Posted on 09/21/2012 5:58:14 PM PDT by Kaslin
Today is National POW/MIA Recognition Day, the annual observance of the more than 83,000 Americans who are still missing in action. The numbers according to the DoD:
Korean War: 7,946
Cold War: 126
Vietnam War: 1,655
Iraq & Other Conflicts: 6
You are not forgotten
White House comment to follow... at some point.
“Vietnam War: 1,655”
After his treatment of people seeking answers to this, probably the most difficult thing I’ve ever done in my life was in voting for McLame in 2008.
I still want to know WHY someone that was a prisoner of war himself would react with such indifference and outright hostility to people trying to find out the fate of other POWs.
Won’t hold my breath to hear from Dear Leader’s propoganda office! His disregard for our nation is blinding!!!!!!!!!!!
I offer up my prayers to the families of our POS’s/MIA’s. Neever need any government dictate to make me do this!!
On this day, remembering one we left behind.
The whole political game behind the Vietnam POW/MIA is something I have never understood completely. Goes double for McQueeg’s attitude since he was one.
Your AIM will help!
It’s simple. He knew scamster scum had turned it into a racket to enrich or aggrandize themselves.
Chu Lai 1966