Our mission in Nam was totally justified. Halting the spread of the false Communist "gospel" was a sacred mission in and of itself, which could have yielded for the Vietnamese people even mere "worldly" benefits, for example: freedom of press, speech, religion, property, and so on.
Karl Marx was wrong. The Viet Cong were wrong. Marxist sympathizers in the U.S. are wrong, and always have been.
They need to apologize for holding to an ideology which killed more in its name since 1917 than ANY OTHER thus far (not letting any of the others off the hook, either...). That's one hell of a "brand management" issue, huh?
Anyone who is a Marxist today is a potential future NKVD officer who wants to take your farm, seize your property and put a bullet in the back of your skull.
No apologies are owed, none.