Lordy, how time flies:
DEPENDING on which side you were on, Saigon either fell on April 30, 1975, or it was liberated. Inside Vietnam, the day is marked as Liberation Day — but outside, among the Vietnamese refugees, it is called Deep Resentment Day. (The resentment is not just over losing a war, but also a country.)
All those lives wasted, pledged to a promise we had no intention of keeping. "Deep resentment" hardly covers it.