While I am a veteran, I have never placed myself on pedestal as tall as those who served under fire. As a reminder there are many organizations that serve the needs of our warriors. My favorite happens to be the Wounded Warrior Project (http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/) which exists to honor and empower wounded warriors who incurred service-connected injures on or after September 11, 2001.
Great video David. It is a great way to thank the troops for their tremendous contribution to our Republic. They deserve the best America has to offer.
Don, maybe a better way to thank the troops for their tremendous efforts is to prevent corporations from outsourcing jobs or for the 1% to kick in a tad more or for people to stop bitching about regulations and simply play by the rules.
or for people to stop bitching about regulations and simply play by the rules.
You mean like Occupy Delaware has done? (The bitching, that is, to NOT play by the rules.)
Thank you, I am glad you enjoyed it; it is a great modern tribute in the good WW2 tradition before political correctness. As they would say it is something any red blooded American Servicemember would enjoy. Hoohah and Hoorah to Servicemembers out there and the great Vets.
“They deserve the best America has to offer.” Is that by the hour or the night, Don?
Veteran women, of course, will have to find some other “honor”.
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