Skip to comments.D DAY, A TRIBUTE
Posted on 06/06/2013 10:27:41 AM PDT by MestaMachine
In the face of what has been happening to our military, the humiliation of our soldiers, the needless blood that has been shed by an enemy we are forbidden to name, we MUST remember when sacrifice meant something; when defeating our enemies was job one. The many whose sacrifices and courage kept us free are leaving us much too quickly and with sadness in their hearts wondering what their sacrifice was for.
Remember them this anniversary of D Day and honor them because we are not likely to be allowed to win the victories they won over evil anymore.
This government has beaten our warriors' swords into korans and taught them to respect our enemy's sensibilities although they have none. A country that will not fight for its own survival does not deserve to survive. A country that arms its enemies is suicidal. A country that invites its enemies into its midst has doomed us all.
So remember when we fought evil and won. And say thank you, for we will never pass that way again.
May we never forget. God bless our troops.
Bravo, Mesta! Well done and thank you. Too many forget. I care for my 96 year old father. We were just discussing D-Day. He has some dementia, but vividly remembers his service in the South Pacific during WWII. To this day, he eschews anything Japanese.......won’t eat sushi and he hates that I drive a Toyota.
Mesta, You have done more than I could ever do~!
Thank You SO SO Much for posting this.
You are Truly Special Mesta!
G-d Bless You A Thousand Fold.
Thank you Mesta.
The Army has a lot of thanks for the Navy’s destroyers. They fired their five inchers on German emplacements with high accuracy, and from as close as they could get to the shore without running aground. In beach assaults, destroyers are the Army’s floating artillery.
I’m Navy (1988-1992), and cannot imagine a 5000 ship navy. It’s just unfathomable.
God Bless those men, every one of them, who answered the bell when called.