Later he would go on to become director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory as well as a state senator for New Mexico. He died last September at the age of 92. But a few years before that he was interviewed as part of a Japanese documentary and confronted by a Japanese survivor of Hiroshima. Clearly the producers wanted him to apologize to her for his part in the bombing, but Agnew was having none of that – and explained exactly why.
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These were the men who saved American from barbarians who now demand that we apologize to them for defeating them after they started a world war against us.
Obama would have been on his knees, weeping, while offering his apologies for the sin of defending America against those who wished to destroy her.