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Thanks for this. My son was a proud Currahee who served with the 506th on their Iraq deployment. And I, a very proud mama.
Toggle Commented Nov 29, 2010 on Currahee! at BlackFive
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There is no common ground to be found with people who can do this. I will not respect them, I will not dialogue withe them. The occupier-in-chief represents the same evil if he thinks he can get along with such demons. Thanks for keeping us apprised...we cannot forget about this or ignore it.
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Apr 6, 2010
The woman whose nose was cut off took shelter in her father’s home and filed a complaint against the abusers. A similar incident occurred in May 2009 in Ağrı, when a 23-year-old woman was stabbed in the stomach, her nose and ears cut off and was left for dead in... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 6, 2010 at Beachbirdie's blog
We are very excited to work with our "brothers" in Europe, in concert with FDI (the Freedom Defense Initiative,) Jihadwatch and of course, Atlas. We are in the planning stages, but look forward to actions, legislation, protests, defense and offense in this war, primarily in the information battlespace. We are... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 2, 2010 at Beachbirdie's blog
Whilst the left and their media handmaidens rammed a bone-crushing, freedom-killing obamacare rout though the couped congress, Americans had to listen to the wailing and caterwauling of fake threats to Democrat criminals. LIARS! via Continue reading
Posted Mar 28, 2010 at Beachbirdie's blog
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Mar 21, 2010
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Oct 3, 2009
My husband and I caught this film quite by surprise. I had not heard of it but it was on the TV last night and we knew very quickly it is a film we will highly recommend to others. It is a beautiful film, I cried all the way through it. I wonder know if this is the way our fallen have always been treated on their last journey home. Two of my cousins, both Marines, were killed within a week of each other in Vietnam, January, 1968. It was a horrible time for my family. It would warm my heart all these years later to know that they were as lovingly cared for as was Chance. God bless all of you who serve. I am one American mom who appreciates your sacrifices.
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