Vietnam Hero: America’s Pathetic Leaders aren’t Worthy of Our Soldiers’ Sacrifices

Photo Credit: WNDNavy Capt. Eugene “Red” McDaniel said it’s been some time since he “reached a point where I decided the leadership isn’t worthy of the sacrifices people are making for it.”

The establishment in Washington has been entrenched in a number of issues concerning the military of late, including trying to defend the huge losses in territory in the Middle East now being taken over by ISIS.

Much of that land had been bought with the blood of U.S. and coalition military members over the years of fighting tyrants and trying to establish a society based on freedom and rights.

The current administration’s focus on the military has seemed to be more on installing open homosexuality in the ranks and allowing women into tip-of-the-spear ground combat operations. . .

McDaniel isn’t alone in his brutal analysis of the current American leadership. Richard Botkin, a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and author of “Ride the Thunder: A Vietnam War Story of Honor and Triumph,” told WND, “I whole-heartedly agree that the current leadership is unworthy of the men and women they supposedly lead.” (Read more from this story on America’s Pathetic Leaders HERE)