Does Anyone Remember?

And, if so, what do they remember?

Tomorrow is a day set aside by Congress to remember those who gave their lives for their country. Someone once said that there is no more noble profession than serving in the defense of one's country. That sounds just about right.

But, will anyone think of that tomorrow? Will anyone remember those who died at Valley Forge? Or the fields of Flanders? Or the beaches of Normandy? Guadalcanal?

Or is it just another day off from work?

(Apparently, the cretins at See-B-S are of the opinion that the only thing this weekend is good for is stirring up sentiment against the current administration by rubbing everyone's nose in the tragedies in Iraq. It's a despicable lot that uses the tragedies of others to further their own personal political agenda. Whether you agree or disagree with what's being done over there, those who are making the sacrifices should never be used as pawns in anyone's political game. It's Vietnam all over again.)


At 10:58 AM, May 29, 2006, Blogger Galt-In-Da-Box said...

If we truly respected the lives of our servicemen, we wouldn't waste them in wars for foreign faschists who have no regard for the liberty the socialistic altruists and globalists running our country insist they buy for our enemies with their blood and lives.

At 4:50 PM, May 29, 2006, Blogger Master Doh-San said...

This is true. There are too many people who simply won't realize that freedom cannot be imposed from without. It must come from within, or it simply won't last. The best thing America can do is set the example.


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