For those who chose to go when most wouldn’t. For those who knew it could cost them everything. For those who believed America to be the shining city on the hill, the last, best hope of Mankind. For those for whom duty, honor and country meant more than life itself. For those who gave the last, full measure of devotion and those who gave all their tomorrows that we might have today, for them we pray this day, gracious and merciful Father. Give them the peace that passeth all understanding, and may there always be Americans like them.
A Prayer On This Sacred Day
25 Sunday May 2014
AKA John Galt said:
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Damn, man. Tears in my eyes.
My grandpa fought in WWII. My dad was drafted into Vietnam as a medic. It was the last thing he wanted to do, but he went. He hated every second of it, but he did his damn job and saved lives and then did his best to forget about most of it when he got home (but I know it’s always with him).
May there always be Americans like them.
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Thanks for this, Mike. Where did you find the photo?