Confirmed: Obama Sent Same Form Letter to Parents of All Fallen Soldiers, Marines, SEALs

A Houston man is upset that Obama sent his family a late, impersonal, form letter after his son was killed in Afghanistan this year.

Tom Logan felt he was disrespected.
Click2Houston reported:

A man who lost a son to the war in Afghanistan is disappointed in the condolence letter he received from President Barack Obama.

Tom Logan, a Willis resident, calls the note late, impersonal, disrespectful and essentially a form letter.

“It opened up a wound in our heart you can’t fix. You can’t send another letter. You can’t make it right,” Logan said.

Logan’s son, USMC Cpl. Joseph D. Logan, was killed Jan. 19, 2012, along with five other men when the helicopter they were in crashed.

Joey Logan was 22.

“He would have been more mad about this than I am,” Tom Logan said.

Tom Logan said he believes Obama did little more than sign his name to the document. He believes his son deserved more.

Local 2 Investigates examined two other letters sent by Obama to families of soldiers killed in action. The one-page typed condolence letters were identical other than names, ranks and service branches.

Click2 Houston posted two condolence letters they inspected:
Here’s one of the letters.

Now compare that letter to the letter sent to the families of the Navy SEALs who were killed August 6, 2011.

It’s the same letter – word for word.

And here’s a photo of three similar letters sent to three SEAL families who lost their sons.

It’s the same letter.

For the past several years – since at least 2009 – and possibly throughout his term, Barack Obama has sent the same form letter to the parents of all fallen soldiers, Marines and Navy SEALs.

But Obama did send rapper Heavy D’s family a personal letter of condolence.

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  • mg4us

    Shows the contempt our Commander-in-Thief has for our troops and our Military. . .

    Remember this was the Same President that wanted to withhold pay for troops but not welfare checks and free phones during fiscal debate two years ago. . .

    Obama is a POX on America

  • dnb

    Can you show some examples of letters sent out from the last administration? Thank you.

  • Larkin

    This spendthrift government can’t afford a basket of flowers to the surviving family members?

    No, i guess they have their priorities…like

    …bankrupt, liberal green energy companies
    …more food stamps
    …obama golf outings
    …michelle’s clothes

  • Ripped

    If they would have lost a daughter these idiots in this administration wouldn’t have been smart enough to change it.

    I’m surprised the letter didn’t contain “loss of your son/daughter”

  • Yrral Dleifsarb

    The real slap in the survivors’ faces was that Zero saw fit to lie about this. The letters are obviously signed by a machine, yet Zero’s bamboozlement department insists otherwise.

    A primary job requirement for working at Zero’s whitehouse is a willingness to blatantly lie.

  • democraps suck

    Omooslime hates the troops and all Americans…this should surprise nobody….100% total anti American commie dousche bag

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  • Jean

    #3 dnb if it was proven that the former administration sent personal letters to the parents of fallen soldiers you would not believe the truth if it hit you in the face.

  • Espresso Logic – The 6th Sense

    BHO – putting the POS in POtuS since January, 2009.

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  • Rick Rodgers

    It is a heartfelt letter. Knock this s**t off…. and I am a life long Republican and veteran.

  • Roger

    Does this really surprise anyone? Bama is a weak, pathetic little man who is not up to the standards required to be President. He is an embarrassment.

  • mamagriz1968

    President Bush would never have done that. President Obama continues to disappoint.

  • Linda

    Sad sad days for America…America in desperate need of a real man to take the office of President!

    USMC Cpl. Joseph D. Logan…Mr. Tom Logan…your Sacrifices will never be forgotten…by the real American People…you are in our hearts and prayers!

  • Redwine

    “Tom Logan said he believes Obama did little more than sign his name to the document.”

    The hollow, nasty little anti-American narcissist didn’t even to that! That shameful letter is signed with an autopen.

  • Bryan

    Just an observation: Unlike so much nonsense directed at President Bush, this here? This is actually a thing.

  • MT Geoff

    The reports about President Bush’s involvement with casualties are many and touching. Some made it to national media but the reports always indicated that there were many more — letters to families, visits to the wounded. I have also understood that President Bush signed each letter but I don’t know how many he wrote himself.
    Being fair to the office of the President, you could hardly expect President LIncoln or President Roosevelt to write or even sign each letter during their wars. The casualty rates in the Afghan and Iraqi campaigns have been low enough to at least permit hand-signing the letters, if not necessarily writing each.
    If I were president (and we’re all glad I’m not), I would type letters because my hand-writing is appalling and the families would always wonder what the heck I’d said. But I hope I’d get a quick look at each lost soldier’s file and write the letter myself. Certainly I’d sign each one under the conditions we have now — and I doubt it would take four months.
    This story resonates, whether it’s quite fair or not, because President Obama HAS always seemed to scorn our military.

  • Clafoutis

    BO’s signature is the mark of an uncontrollable egotist.

    (no surprise)

  • Keith

    I have to agree with dnd and Rick Rodgers. If you can prove all other administrations did make every letter personal, then it’s something to complain about. However, I doubt George W did that for over 4000 personel killed while he was in office.