In the summer of 2012, I was in Idaho doing an assignment for United Vision for Idaho when I first heard of Bergdahl and his capture.
He’s still being held by rebels friendly to the Taliban and Obama isn’t doing a thing to try to win his release.
What also puzzles me is that you never hear of any veteran’s groups agitating to get Bergdahl released.
The veterans are too busy standing around Vance Monument tooting horns and chanting slogans, but have no time for doing something that could actually make a difference.
What’s your opinion?
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