Thursday, May 30, 2013

Memorial Day Belated Greeting

Monday last was Memorial Day - a day in which we are supposed to  remember those who fought and died for this nation. I wonder what percentage of the populace appreciates or even knows what the day is supposed to be. One of the most important "holidays" in the American calendar.

From the Revolution to the present day war with Islam, Americans have died to defend our freedom. Some wars certainly just and others perhaps not so much. That matters not. The American fighting man (and woman) is not to question why they are put in harms way but to do their duty regardless of the circumstance.

A salute to those who have paid the ultimate price.

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