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Saturday, January 08, 2011

Members of Twin Cities Hmong community mourn death of leader

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Anonymous Ny Vang said...

Tuong Vang Pao duac nguoi dan ong tuyet voi

Ny Vang

7:53 PM  
Anonymous Phuong said...

toi se bo lo Tuong Vang Pao


7:56 PM  
Anonymous Bao Dung said...

Tuong Vang Pao song de xem tu do
Bao Dung

9:03 PM  
Anonymous B Vue said...

Tuong Vang Pao was a selfless man
he lives on in our hearts and minds

B Vue

9:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Because of Vang Pao, and the men who fought with him, the Hmong are not really to be considered "immigrants".

They are brothers and sisters in Democracy come to their rightfully earned home.

His loss leaves us all freedom loving people poorer.

7:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

can someone translate?

9:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, Swiftee... twice in the same century we agree on something.

General Vang Pao has a special place in American history that far too few appreciate. To function as an independent army working in conjunction with the American government while surrounded, out numbered and hunted by the Laotian authorities, with limited support, for as long and as well as they did is a feat that few would have been able to accomplish.

It was appropriate that any of his army and their families, that chose to be American deserved to be American. They earned it.

Regardless of how we feel about our government's foreign policies and choices of wars, we have an obligation to support those who fight our wars... and Vang Pao's army was every much a part of our army as any other unit was.


Chuck Repke

10:23 AM  

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