Tag Archives: God Bless the USA

Memorial Day 2014

26 May

 

 

I would like to take a moment to thank all the veterans out there on this day, as we remember those who gave all in service to our country. We should all thank God we live in this country, even with all our problems the USA is still the best country in the world in my opinion. So if you are out and about just enjoying a day off, at least take a moment to think about those who serve so that we may enjoy our freedoms. Thank You, and God Bless You.

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Remember 9-11-01

11 Sep

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Not only should we pause to remember those who lost their lives on that day, we should also remember we are still at war and we have thousands of troops in harm’s way serving our country. There are millions of Muslims in the world who wish us harm and would like nothing better than to see us dead at the point of a sword. These people have been killing each other for a thousand years simply because someone is of a different sect or a different tribe from the same country. So they certainly would have no qualms about killing you and shouting “Allah Akbar!” There are thousands of radical Islamists who would be willing to strap a bomb onto their chest and blow you up, there is no way to reason with someone like that. There will be another horrible incident in this country, just mark my words. When it happens, many of you will be asking why do they hate us so much? There is no reasonable answer to that question. What the radicals are doing to each other is no different that if Baptists started killing Methodists and calling them infidels. If something like that would make sense to you then maybe you can understand how the radicals think and you can explain it to the rest of us. Until then, keep prepping everyone.

Happy Independence Day!

4 Jul

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Happy Independence Day! Many of us are off work today on this holiday celebrating the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Let us all say a prayer for those who serve in all branches of our military. God bless our troops, and God Bless America! Be safe out there today.

Memorial Day 2013

27 May

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I would like to take a moment to thank all the veterans out there on this day, as we remember those who gave all in service to our country. We should all thank God we live in this country, even with all our problems the USA is still the best country in the world in my opinion. So if you are out and about just enjoying a day off, at least take a moment to think about those who serve so that we may enjoy our freedoms. Thank You, and God Bless You.

God Bless Our Troops

11 Nov

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Tomorrow our nation will officially celebrate Veteran’s Day. In truth, every day should be Veteran’s day.  We should pause and honor all those who served, past and present, and thank them for their service. Even many of you liberal “progressives” who tend to look down on our military with such disdain, our troops are what gives you the freedom to vote for your beloved Messiah, Barrack Hussein Obama. So let us all, each and every one thank our veterans and say God Bless Our Troops. And God Bless America. May she once again return to be the beacon of hope and freedom for the world that she once was.

The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier

29 Oct

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I am reposting this from another site I read.

Web users were in awe Monday morning of an image showing Honor Guards standing on duty at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in the face of adverse weather as Hurricane Sandy bore down on the East Coast.

“Soldiers stand guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Guarded non-stop since 1948. In Sandy’s path they continue,” shared Kristy Bolsinger ‏as she re-tweeted the popular image on Twitter.

Tyler Borchers was so impressed that he used only one word to react to the striking image: “Powerful.”

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington County, Va., is monitored around the clock by the Society of Honor Guards.

The striking image was shared Monday morning by First Army Division East on its Facebook page, although the photo was originally captured in September, according to Poynter.org.

“Soldiers of the 3rd Inf Reg. continue to stand guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, despite the worsening weather conditions surrounding Hurricane Sandy. The tomb has been guarded continuously since 1948,” the photo caption read.

There were some Facebook users who questioned why the Honor Guards seen in the photo of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier remained on duty despite the adverse weather.

“Only those who have served, and understand the meaning of true dedication beyond one’s self, would understand why they stay. I pray for ALL who serve our great country,” wrote John Almodovar in response to some of the questions.

Alex Tressler explained, however, “They will soon move under a tarp then if it gets worse into a small chamber that has awards and plaques hanging up and has a direct line of sight to the tomb.”

He added, “Stay safe my brethren.”

The Tomb of the Unknowns, as the monument is also called, is dedicated to U.S. service men and women who have died and whose remains have not been identified.

“The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Tomb) was established in 1921. The Unknown Soldiers laid to rest at the Tomb represent all missing and unknown service members who made the ultimate sacrifice – they not only gave their lives, but also their identities to protect these freedoms,” reads the overview on the official Tomb Guard website. “The Tomb is the final resting place for Unknowns from World War I, World War II, and the Korean War, and is guarded at all times.”

 

Note; there has been some controversy over this picture since it was actually taken in September of this year, but it still shows the dedication of the men of this Honor Guard who do this to show their respect and admiration for something greater than themselves. I wish all of us had a tenth of the dedication and respect for our country that these men display. God Bless Our Troops and God Bless America.

Remember 9-11-01

11 Sep

I’ve hear some people say they are tired of hearing about 9-11. Well let us not forget we are at war, and we still have troops dying every week. I say it is well past time we should bring our troops home. Right now, not 2013, not 2014, but right now! I found a short but excellent post on this subject at Borepatch. Click over and check it out. God Bless the USA!