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Published: Sunday, Nov. 11 2012 10:48 a.m. MST

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DN Subscriber 2
SLC, UT

It would be nice to be able to believe that he spoke sincerely and that the words were his own. However, he really seems to do things like this for the publicity value, not out of love of our country or true appreciation for veterans.

Sadly, he will be the Commander in Chief for our military forces for four more years. They deserve better.

Hendrick
Littlefield, AZ

I am greatful the President cares about veterans. Now if he will only hire enough people to process the huge backlog of veterans claims with the VA maybe he will show us how much he really cares and create some VA case worker jobs for his employment statistics.

Grammy3
SOUTH JORDAN, UT

I have three our of my seven children who have served this country. My daughter is still in the Army. I also have a brother in law who was killed close to 30 years now while serving in the Marine Corp. This Country means so much to our family. My father in law served in the service as well. I am having such a hard time right trusting President Obama in what he is saying and doing. My hearts go out to those families who need answers to their questions about what really did happen in Libya. Those were our service men who were there doing their jobs. To me President Obama did not care about them all he cared about was him going to do fund raises. I am sorry if one of my children had been killed like those four men were I would want answers. I feel sad for our Country right now because I really do not think that it is in the best hands. I am afraid as well as a Mother who's daughter is still serving this great Country of ours. I love our Vets.

Tolstoy
salt lake, UT

Is it even in the far rights DNA not to turn every story into a chance to attack Obama? attacking Obama on a story about honoring our veterans? give it a break already.

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