May 30, 2011

Thank You

This weekend I was fortunately enough to be able to exercise my rights as an American thanks to the sacrifice of generations men and women who came before us. They laid down their lives for us, and I try to keep that sacrifice in my heart. Because of them, every day is a Memorial Day, a tribute to the freedoms they won for us with their lives.

"Thank you" just doesn't seem like enough, but it is sincerely meant.

So, thank you.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at May 30, 2011 11:46 AM

I am promilitary, so what I have to say should not be taken as a lack of respect. But what bothers me is that the soldiers have sacrifacied for little. We have lost our rights. About the only right that you currently have is the ability to go to church. But even that is shaky after Waco. We need to recognize this fact and begin the process of recovery.

Posted by: david7134 at May 30, 2011 02:35 PM

Here's a site that honors some of our war dead:

Posted by: AYY at May 31, 2011 01:16 AM