A few years ago, Glenn got to visit the White House to meet with President George W. Bush in the Oval Office. While he went in and came out disagreeing with him on several issues, the President told him a story that day that has stuck with him ever since. He remembered President Bush talking about soldiers who had fallen in war, and because he could remember their names Glenn could tell that he felt responsible for ever lost and wounded warrior.
Today, that memory stands out even more when contrasted with the current Commander-In-Chief, President Barack Obama. Today, Glenn read a story of how several letters were sent to parents of fallen SEALs. But rather than sending personalized notes, Obama sent form letters signed with an electronic pen. He didn't even have to touch the letters.
To show that not everyone has forgotten their sacrifice and that "We the People" still honor those who have laid down their lives for the country, Glenn led TheBlaze staff in a moment of silence.