If I died protecting my family from someone looking to do them harm, and I could be brought back from purgatory years later, only to find the criminal found a loophole or was given an extremely weak sentence, especially if he got back out and ended up harming my family, I'd be beyond pissed. I'd haunt that criminal, judge, and lawyer until they all ended up in the mental institute. Now if I was brought back and that judge or some authority was bragging about how I saved my family and that POS would be behind bars for decades yet and that my family was safe and sound and doing well, even if he was by chance banging my wife and taking care of my kids, I'd finally be able to move on and go in peace. I'd maybe haunt him for a night or two just to mess with him, but then I'd be good. lol
Trump bragging about how great the country they died for is in good taste, even if it happens to be in his favor. It's not like it's anything new. With every agenda fitting gun incident, it doesn't take long after the hopes and prayers before the Dems start getting into weapon restriction politics. Both sides rarely let an opportunity go to waste, no matter how the opposition may feel about it.
You and your analogies.
Found another one for ya below. You forgot to point it out and score it.
But that's liek comparing apples to oranges. Like a pastor making a church better does have an affect on the church goers but not to the magnitude that a good economy will. Some soldiers find it hard to find jobs after they have served so a good economy and low unemployment benefits them a lot.
How about this:
Imagine your dad was a police officer who died protecting the church.
Imagine during the eulogy, the pastor briefly mentioned your dad, then spent most of his time talking about how well the church was doing, how the church staff was making more money than they ever had.