D-Day Remembrance

Today is the 77th anniversary of the Allied landing on the beaches of Normandy……our “Greatest Generation” saving the world from fascism………..

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Some say this was the beginning of the end of the European theater of World War 2….and yet there is a large sector of the country that thinks that we should not have entered this conflict…..(originally posted on Memorial Day)…..

A new poll timed to Memorial Day shows that a surprising number of Americans say that the United States may have made a mistake in sending troops to fight in World War II.

An Economist/YouGov poll out this week asked respondents “Do you think the United States made a mistake sending troops to fight in the following wars?”

As expected, there were significant divisions over conflicts like the Vietnam War, with 48 percent responding that “yes” it was a mistake to send troops there, and narrower divisions for recent Middle East conflicts like the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

And the decision to send troops to fight i World War II received more support than any other in the poll, but it was far from unanimous. A third of respondents said it either was a mistake to send troops to fight the Nazi-led Axis powers, or they weren’t sure if it was a mistake to contribute troops to the prevention of Nazi world domination.

While 68 percent said it wasn’t a mistake, 14 percent said it was, and an additional 18 percent weren’t sure. Skepticism was highest among respondents between the ages of 30 and 44, of whom a majority were either opposed to or unsure of sending troops to fight in WWII — 26% said it was a mistake and 25% were not sure.

Wait, WHAT? One-THIRD of Americans Aren’t Convinced We Should Have Sent Troops — To Fight World War II

That is about 33% of the American people…..think about that.

Should the US have fought in that war?

My thought is yes we should have….it maybe the only war that we needed to participate in….a growing cancer on mankind needed to be surgically removed for the good of all.

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Please take a moment to remember the sacrifices made by those that answered the call….there are so few of them left….we owe them a debt and we should be working to preserve the ideals that they fought for and died.

After that watch this video from the Lincoln Project…..

Turn The Page!

I Read, I Write, You Know

“lego ergo scribo”

13 thoughts on “D-Day Remembrance

  1. If Germany had won WW2 because America did not become involved, then it would likely have been Germany that had the ‘super rockets’, and eventually the A-Bomb. With the Japanese dominating the Pacific and Germany controlling Europe and Russia, the USA would have had to eventually fight a much harder war against both countries, or be reduced to some form of dependent power.
    But as the Soviets had no intention of surrendering after June 1941, Germany might still have lost eventually, American intervention or not.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I’m thankful that the United States and entered World War II. Because if that hadn’t happened, and Germany had one. I wouldn’t be here today. That’s the honest to God truth.

  3. Ahhh…the Lincoln Project…we had such high hopes real Republicans were still around. In a way, the inner circle still are.

    And yes, I’m aware of the voices against our involvement in WWII and WWI.

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