17 May 2005

Respect for Honor, Duty, & Country

Writing blogs is a right granted me by the Constitution of the United States of America. In particular the 1st Amendment. That document has needed to be defended by men and women throughout history. Millions of Americans have shed blood for this right that I have. Many more, including myself have served in times when active combat wasn't actually happening. Many of us were the silent weapons that won the Cold War. And for this sacrifice, all Americans have rights protected under our system of government. I was redirected from Michelle Malkin's blog to a blog called BlackFive. I was captivated by the reasons why the writer of BlackFive founded his blog. He had a friend who he had served with in the Army, killed in an attack on his convoy delivering supplies to a forward area in Iraq. I would suggest all who are reading this to follow the link and read it for yourself. Newsweek made a deadly blunder with the release of their May 9th article. Further damaging our already tarnished image in the eyes of Islamic peoples from around the world. And insighting several riots which resulted in the deaths of 17 people and injuring hundreds more. Which is fueling the resolve of the insergency in Iraq. How this relates to the subject that I started with is, Newsweek had a crew at the scene of the attack which resulted in the death of that brave soldier. During the battle, the Newsweek reporters hightailed their asses out of the area faster than nuclear fission. But never once wrote a report on the battle that they were witnessed to. Those of us who have served our country have a deep respect for those who serve. And a greater respect for those who pay the ultimate price. Newsweek doesn't. Newsweek only wishes to sell magazines and damage the Republican Administration. Do yourself a favor and read this article at BlackFive. Dedicated to the Memory of Major Mathew E. Schram, USA. Killed in action May 26, 2003. Rest In Peace Major Schram. Thank you for your sacrifice. You will never be forgotten. Hat tip: Michelle Malkin Help Put A Stop To The Most Dangerous Organization In America. We are trying to organize a march on all of the ACLU state offices in all of the 50 states. To help in this matter, we are trying to raise money to pay for advertising in our nation's newspapers promoting the march. You can help. Visit Bulldoze The ACLU online store and buy a bumper sticker or t-shirt. All of the proceedes will be going into advertising for this march. Thank You.


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