In Orlando, President Barack Obama pledges to care for veterans new and old
Tampa Bay Times – ORLANDO — “A dozen wartime years are winding down, but the job of caring for veterans new and old is only just beginning, President Barack Obama told thousands of veterans in Orlando on Saturday.
“So long as I’m the United States’ president, I will make it my mission to make sure that America is right there beside you every step of the way,” Obama told the Disabled American Veterans National Convention.
“This time of war may be coming to an end, but the job of caring for veterans goes on, and our work caring for our newest veterans has only just begun.”
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