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Letter to President Obama to save POW Bergdahl|
Posted on November 14, 2012
Danny "Greasy" Belcher,
Task Force Omega of KY Inc.
Vietnam Infantry Sgt. 68-69
"D" Troop 7th Sqdn. 1st Air Cav.
Below is a letter I sent to President Obama. I am asking EVERYONE to send a
letter to our president. Use my example or write your own. Send it every two
weeks till POW Bowe Bergdahl comes home alive. Every president from
President Eisenhower till now have not brought home live American POWs held
in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Red China, the USSR, North Korea and only God
and the United States government knows where else. This president must not
get a free pass. He admitted on Veterans Day that he knows Bowe is alive and
he is working to bring him home. Maybe our president needs to know how many
people want Bowe home alive. It will only cost a small amount of your time
and a postage stamp every two weeks. Do not ask your wife, husband, or
expect someone else to do this. YOU can help bring a live American POW home.
President Barack Obama
President of the United States
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Dear President Obama,
As you know, during the course of Operation Enduring Freedom, a U.S. soldier was captured by the Taliban on June 30, 2009 in Afghanistan (Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl). We must ask why POW Bowe Bergdahl is not home. He has been an Afghanistan POW now for over three years.
We are told that our government does not negotiate with terrorists. Lately, our government traded Russian spies for American spies and we saw two hikers ransomed for $1 million dollars in Iran. Israel traded hundreds of prisoners they had for one soldier the enemy was holding.
We do negotiate with terrorists, it just depends on what we want to negotiate for. If any prominent political or high profile person’s child were held captive, we would certainly do everything to get them free. I want to see the same value put on POW Bergdahl and all efforts made to bring him home alive. We do not want to see another American POW left behind.
We cannot ask our military to serve our country if we abandon them, should they be captured by the enemy. The least we can do for those fighting for our freedom is to bring them home alive should they become a prisoner of war. I am asking that you trade prisoners, negotiate or do whatever it takes to bring this man home alive. You as the Commander-in-Chief can negotiate and bring Sgt. Bergdahl home immediately. I am asking you to do this.
I look for your prompt response on this due to the serious nature and the limited time we have to resolve this.
Danny “Greasy” Belcher, Executive Director
Task Force Omega of Kentucky, Inc.
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