Tribute to Veterans Day ~ 11/11/11 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Kathy Pledger   
Friday, 11 November 2011 07:58
Thank you, always to those who served in the armed forces, yet not so much those with a dishonorable discharge. More gratitude to those who served for 20 years or perhaps one tour of duty, or the wounded warrior, POW or MIAs. Thank you all.

Today, 11/11/11. Interestingly, The "Campaigner-In-Chief" taught me the following:

to be ashamed of Barry HUSSEIN Soetoro Obama and his equally underhanded "wife";

to know an Anti-American when I see one;

TO LOVE MY UNITED STATES OF AMERICA........ MORE;

TO APPREICATE and CHERISH MY FREEDOM due to the sacrifices made by others;

To HONOR OUR VETERANS.......... MORE;

and, REALLY... to LOVE OUR American Flag... and FLY it with HONOR..... MORE.

 

Finally, I learned to appreciate heartfelt love and patriotism for OUR Nation from my mother's perpetual appreciation to live in America. She endured WWII and the Korean War, and fortunate to work on a US Air Force base. And like human beings did - ONCE upon a time, she waited appropriately, orderly, and with immense patience to gain her long awaited citizenship. In all honesty, I may have the order completely backwards given how "negativity" spreads like wildfire.... until, and I stress that word... "UNTIL" WE the PEOPLE have had ENOUGH.

Veteran's Day is a day of REMEMBRANCE. Veterans Day began as Armistice Day, when major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918... with the German signing of the Armistice. Who would have known back then it would have been remembered in the year 2011, with the most Anti-American elected Destruction-In-Chief...??? Looks like Barry HUSSEIN Soetoro Obama, who isn't worthy to "honor" veterans or be "honored" cut his 9 day tour short to "look better" in the eyes of "politically impaired" voters. It's a new disorder, and there is a cure... it's called the TRUTH.

Thank you. especially to those who endured a tour or more of duty, those who were wounded, or retired after 20 years of service. Thank you to the families who stood beside their loved ones patiently or awaited their safe return, and for those who didn't make it back home safely. Thank you always for those who gave their lives serving in the Armed Forces, We the People of the United States of America... Remember you.

The Daily Pledge was established to discover the truth.

Truly,

Kathy Pledger

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