After 42 years we will finally see a day of recognition for the men who fought during the Vietnam War. It took 42 years for a President to realize that those men deserved to be remembered not by us as individuals but by us as a Nation.
When our men returned home in 1975 they were treated like the enemy and called names such as “baby killers” and “warmongers.” However, many of us have fought for years to change the disgusting rhetoric and finally, we have a President that is willing to do just that.
Via Gateway Pundit:
President Trump signed in to law on Tuesday an act of Congress that honors Vietnam veterans with their own day of recognition, according to a White House statement.
The Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act of 2017 designates every March 29 as National Vietnam War Veterans Day and calls for the U.S. flag to be flown that day to honor those who served in Vietnam. The bill was co-sponsored by Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) and Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN). The bill passed the Senate last month and cleared the House last week.
Tonight I'm proud to sign S. 305, which encourages the display of the U.S. flag on National Vietnam War Veterans Day tomorrow, March 29th. pic.twitter.com/IetZyMD4F9
— President Trump (@POTUS) March 29, 2017
President Trump has done quite a bit to shift America back on the right track, and he is only getting started. This is just another step in the right direction to honor those who sacrificed so much.
So, on behalf of all those who have passed away, I would like to personally say Thank you and God bless America.
H/T [ Gateway Pundit ]