When Obama Sent ‘Condolences’ To Fallen Marine’s Family, He Never Expected To Get THIS In Response

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Throughout his presidency, Barack Obama has shown that he has no respect for our nation’s veterans or their families. When Obama sent condolences to the family of a fallen Marine, they decided to let the president know exactly what they think about the way he has treated the military.

According to Mad World News, Obama recently sent a letter of condolences to the family Lance Corporal Hunter D. Hogan, USMC. After seeing how condescending the president’s letter was, grieving father Steven R. Hogan sent a scathing reply back to the White House.


Hogan’s reply to Obama quickly went viral, with many praising him for his retort. A fellow combat veteran ended up sending Hogan a letter agreeing with what he said, and adding his own opinions about the president. Here’s that letter:

Mr. Hogan,

I applaud you for sending back that letter and I agree that the President of the United States is an embarrassment to the Oval Office.  And yes – every service member despises him for the lack of representation for our military.

Now he has the audacity to say, “Our combat mission in Afghanistan is ending and the longest war in American history is coming to a responsible conclusion.” If I recall correctly, he made a similar statement about Iraq and pulled our troops out – now we have American troops back in harm’s way in Iraq because he refused to take the advice of several generals to not pull our troops out. I’m no genius, but I see history repeating itself.

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: Mr. President, Let the dogs off the leash and let us HUNT. Mr. Hogan, we the American people stand behind you.


SGT.(R) Avila, Omar


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