America’s Most Shameful Day, April 30, 1975

From my friend, Lew Waters.
Take time to read it, if you would.

Clark County Conservative

UPDATE:It’s been five years since I penned this and we now approach the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon. Sadly, American leaders repeated this shameful action in 2011 as once again, our Military was forced to abandon a struggling ally in the Middle East with the same result, despots and radicals overrunning the region, murdering innocent people by the droves and increasing unrest in the region.Little wonder other nations look upon America as a “paper tiger” and weak nation.

Few people today realize that April 30 is a day of remembrance for a minority within our country. A Minority of aging Military Veterans as well as new citizens fortunate enough to have made it to our country after escaping the bonds of Communism that remember, but not celebrate.

April 30, 1975 I was still in the United States Army, stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, after three…

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