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Americans Still Believe In Our Unique Destiny

Dr_Zinj Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 8:16 AM
We're not there to protect the U.K. We're there to have a staging area closer to those we expect to be belligerants. Any place would do; but the U.K has the advantage of being a very close ally, politically subservient to a certain degree, and they speak a form of English that's more or less understandable to most Americans.
CVN65 Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 8:42 AM
Well said but please take note of the name on that post, DZ. It's not USNbubblehead but USNbobblehead. This is a clear indication that this poster is trying to pass themselves off as a respected member of the TH community in order to slide their opinion in the back door. I suggest we all ignore this poseur.

SHARPSBURG, Md.- Just past dawn on a brisk September morning, a couple in their 30s walked along the sunken road known as “Bloody Lane” with a toddler sleeping soundly in her stroller and a newborn snuggled against his father.

“Just think about this — we’re standing here at the exact moment the battle began,” the husband said as his wife nodded, smiled and reached down to hug her sleeping daughter. Both parents then sat in the grass along the crushed-limestone lane.

They were among thousands who converged before sunrise on this small Maryland town for the 150th anniversary...

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