Sarah Palin: Obama Admin Doesn’t Respect Vets Who Served with ‘Real Honor and Distinction’
We thought Clinton hated the military. Obama loathes the military.
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Unlike Bowe Bergdahl, the Greatest Generation served with “real honor and distinction.” And former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin said Americans are justified in their anger after seeing the federal government disrespecting them — and other veterans — by withholding health care from them in the Veterans Administration’s wait-list scandal.
“They served with real honor and distinction,” Palin said in a Facebook post on the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. “That is why it is justified outrage felt by Americans today, knowing our government is so wrong to withhold anything our finest in uniform earned and so richly deserve, including their promised health care. Also included is the respect they deserve. They should be at the front of the line.”
Palin quoted Reagan’s famous Pointe de Hoc speech 30 years ago in which Reagan “honored those heroic Americans who courageously captured the cliffs on D-Day” and, “pointing to these extraordinary members of the Greatest Generation who were by then elderly men,” said, “These are the boys of Pointe du Hoc. These are the men who took the cliffs. These are the champions who helped free a continent. These are the heroes who helped end a war.”