ON D-DAY: Reagan Swelled With Pride For Soldiers Yet Obama’s Proud Of Illegal Aliens

We’ve come a long way from where we once were – that’s for sure. Look at the stark difference between Reagan and Obama on D-Day.

On its 40th anniversary, then-President Ronald Reagan delivered one of his most famous speeches, “The boys of Pointe du Hoc,” in which he expressed pride in the valor and bravery of the allied forces.

In contrast, President Barack Obama marked D-Day by expressing pride in undocumented immigrants:

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