May 26, 2014

ROGER SIMON: Blame Me For Everything On Memorial Day. “When I think of that moment today I am sick to my stomach with shame. This must have been around 1970 and we were at a medical convention at a fancy Las Vegas hotel – at my father’s invitation, of course, and on his dime. Forget the totalitarian communisms like North Korea and North Vietnam that we were trying to stop, what this was all about for so many of us in those days was beating our fathers, showing them up. . . . Now we have a country of Barack Obama and veterans who are wait-listed for medical care and a foreign policy – not to mention a world – in shambles because this once great land leads from behind, if at all. Sorry. I was just a kid. I didn’t know what I was doing. And I wasn’t alone.”