Smith: Remembering Vietnam vets 35 ye...

Smith: Remembering Vietnam vets 35 years after the war

There are 7 comments on the Daily Democrat story from Apr 30, 2010, titled Smith: Remembering Vietnam vets 35 years after the war. In it, Daily Democrat reports that:

Thirty-five years ago today, the Vietnam War ended. That war tore this country apart.

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Double Bogus

Vacaville, CA

#1 Apr 30, 2010
Always remember a VET. That war never ended for many that lived it. A lot of kids sent off to do a horrible job.

"no one really ever wins a war"
NealS_Vietnam Vet 68-69

United States

#2 Apr 30, 2010
Right or Wrong was never the question in my mind. The only thing I ever thought about is "What do the people want?" The South Vietnamese people wanted the right to choose their government. Our citizens and politicians let them, and us, down first by telling us how to run the war, and second by pulling out. I believe the people of the United States (and other countries) still don't get it. We're doing it wrong again. We have learned absolutely nothing from history. Please wake up and cast an intelligent "VOTE".
Theresa June Eve

Roseville, CA

#3 May 7, 2010
A very good article written about the Vietnam War and our men who did great service to us and our country. How quickly we forget the wars, but never forget our men. May God bless everyone of those men who died, and those living who experienced the war.

Thank you for recall this history. It was not a good thing, many died.

Folsom, CA

#4 May 7, 2010
The Sacramento Bee could not even do a proactive story on the Vietnam Vets on 4/30/2010. Thank you, Jim. Most of us knew little about the war, but we went when we were called. We were drafted and we joined, we fought, some were wounded, some were maimed and 58,000+ died. Afterwards, most of us survivors just went ahead with our lives and blended back into society. They talk of heroes today. My heroes were the 18 and 19 year old boys who were drafted and sent to Vietnam never to return and have a life. May they rest in peace. Some people do not want to remember; some people choose to forget. I will never forget.
danny dolan

Kalama, WA

#5 Apr 3, 2011
my father was vet from this war and id say that i will spend the rest of my life making sure people respect him and what he did for this country and hopefully my son after me it doesn't really matter when the war was or the fact why but the fact that these men served are country and you and me and that mean's there is no more greater thing of importance it does not matter agree disagree it's people fight and die to serve you me are flag are country and goverment and they do it with selflessness is that a word it is now thats how this country got started thru war and people of this country losing there live's and that is the reason people serve god bless all vet's and the men and women who serve are country proud
danny dolan

Kalama, WA

#6 Apr 3, 2011

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Apr 4, 2011
Why post here and not your beloved facebook? No response from the facebook postings?

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