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Obama's 'Stronger, Safer and More Respected' Delusion

Neal from PA Wrote: May 29, 2012 10:23 AM
Mr. Norris…correction needed…the United States won the Vietnam War. America was never defeated on the battlefield, after all, and the United States compelled North Vietnam to sign a peace treaty. When American troops left South Vietnam, it was still a sovereign, independent, non-Communist country, and American troops had also given the rest of East Asia a 2 1/2-year breathing space from Communist expansion. It was only after the liberal Democrat Congress refused to hold North Vietnam accountable for violating the peace accords and walked away from America's commitment to South Vietnam that victory became defeat.
Dan107 Wrote: May 29, 2012 11:07 AM
And then within 20 years the Vietnam economy went all capitalist...
Nice job by the democrats getting us in that one! Kennedy, Johnson... We had to wait for a republican peresident to get us out of Vietnam.
olerocker/bluesman Wrote: May 29, 2012 10:40 AM
The US lost the Vietam War....lost the N.Korean war......if we had won the nam war, it would not be a communist country today.......Both of these wars were created by the Democrats...last war won, WWll, remember the victory parades quite well......
Neal from PA Wrote: May 29, 2012 10:45 AM
You must mean that we lost the Wars politically, but proof is what I need to believe we lost the Wars Militarily. Do you have the proof? If not, then you are wrong.
arpiem Wrote: May 29, 2012 10:29 AM
Traitor Catsup Man negotiated with the North Vietnamese in Paris and assured everyone that no deaths would occur in Vietnam if we pulled out. He also went around protesting the war, but when running for president tried to make himself out as a hero.
Neal from PA Wrote: May 29, 2012 10:38 AM
Kerry, like Jane Fonda, is a traitor and like all traitors are a disgrace to the country they call home. They should never be trusted or hold public office or receive any kind of positive recognition.
shubi_ Wrote: May 29, 2012 10:28 AM
My take is, we won the Vietnam war, then the Dems surrendered and we lost.
After the Tet offensive, we had killed off most of the Cong and the NVA was decimated, but then Cronkite got on and said we lost, so we did.

On May 23, President Barack Obama told more than 1,000 jubilant, uniform-prepped-and-polished graduates of the U.S. Air Force Academy that the world has a "new feeling about America." He declared: "I see it everywhere I go, from London and Prague to Tokyo and Seoul to Rio and Jakarta. There's a new confidence in our leadership." If only it were true.

Obama boasted, "We can say with confidence and pride: The United States is stronger, safer and more respected in the world."

"Stronger, safer and more respected"?

"Stronger," as in Obama's plan to initiate more than $500 billion...