This is worth a read.
“I’m angry because, you know, we made a promise. When I stood with my
hand up proudly, I said, ‘I do solemnly swear and affirm to support and
defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic and I
will bear true faith.’ I went through my oath,” Williams said."
“I told the world I’m willing to put my life on the line and die for
you,” he continued."
“Now, our guys went over. They left body parts. Some
of them never made it back. Some of them are here now and their souls
are still there. And we have the audacity to turn our back on them right
That is an astonishingly heartbreaking phrase.
"...our guys went over. They left body parts. Some of them never made it back. Some of them are here now and their souls are still there. And we have the audacity to turn our back on them right this second?"
I am really humbled by his words. So profound, and such love and respect embedded into his words. Haunting and troubling and needs to repeated very loudly.
Soon, the Thought Police will come after Mr. Williams:
"At the end of the segment, the former Marine hit back at those who
have criticized him for daring to talk with Glenn Beck about the VA
“I have people tweeting me saying, ‘How dare you even talk to Glenn
Beck about this?” Williams noted.
“Well guess what, Neil? I put out my
op-ed piece, Glenn Beck was the only person who picked it up. I couldn’t
get traction in The New York Times, Washington Post. They don’t want to
hear me, I guess.”
West Point grads were not impressed.
Even CNN notes that the reception that Obama received was "icy".