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Thank a Veteran

U.S. Vet Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 2:27 AM
I have given 26 years,7 Combat Tours, The American People can Kiss My As*. I have and always will be willing to Sacrifice to Support & Defend the Constitution of the United States against all Enemies Foreign or Domestic. 95% of the Military did not Vote for Obama, Nor do they recognize him as there Commander and Chief,Never in this Countries History has a President been so dispized and so disrespected by its Military. Whats worse is not since the Vietnam War has America's Military members not served nor Cared what the American People think,That Soldiers who serve support only each other,Soldiers no that America cares more about Welfare Losers,Illegals,And those who don't or won't work,& those who are Irresponsible. Thank This America.

“If you can read this, thank a teacher,” reads a popular bumper sticker, with some versions adding: “If you can read it in English, thank a veteran.”

After millions of Americans went to the voting booth last Tuesday to exercise one of their most cherished rights, we should pause and remember those who help make it possible. Simply having rights isn’t enough. They must be defended, often at great personal cost. And it’s the members of our armed forces, past and present, who put their lives on the line every day to do just that.

How fitting, then, that Election Day...