In Memorium

They fought for their country because their country asked them to. They gave the last measure of their physical existence for us. Stop a minute and think about the millions who died, or were disabled in our name at our behest. They fought for the warrior next to them, in front of them and in back of them. They were one with each other and our nation. The safety and welfare of their fellow warriors was first in their minds as they confronted known or even certain death.

Let’s give them what they fought for — respect. Let’s remember that we are all one nation with liberty and justice for all. All means all, whether they are like us or not, whether they agree with us or not. Young boys and girls died for us to keep on stumbling our way through life seeking a better society.

They never gave up. Why should we?

12 Responses

  1. yeah I wish you could get the courts to understand that. My dad is a Vietnam War Vet, has been working for the US Postal Service(Federal Gov) for over 25 years just got evicted from the house that he had been paying on and owned for about the same all to get sold out down the river by thr Fed Gov and have our house illegally stolen from and given to some vietnamese people. Now my dad has a really bad knee he doesn’t know what to do now, he can’t retire because he can’t afford it thanks to the no good scum sucking judges of america. So I guess when it comes to honoring Vets judges have NO HONOR!

  2. Beautiful words Neil.

    Foreclosure Fraud said…
    “It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived. — General George S. Patton”

    I really like that. Thanks for sharing.
    God Bless.

    AR

  3. Our brave men and women gave their lives so that our beautiful country would be free and belong to each and every one of us americans, now through this time of financial adversity, let us NOT forget that it is our duty to keep this great and awesome nation free and in the hands of who belongs to, US, AMERICANS!!!!! the so called americans that are currently raping our country MUST all go down hard!!!!, it would be an insult to the souls of all the amazing soldiers that have died for the very thing that it’s being taken away from us all today, our so craved AMERICAN DREAM, let honor them by protecting our homes, our families, our dreams, our pride, our beloved AMERICA, to victory!!! may God bless their souls and may God bless us all and give us the divine light we need to take back our America. Peace and Love, always.

  4. “we live, my dear soul, in an age of trial.What will be the consequence, I know not.”

    John Adams to his wife Abigail , 1774

    Each and every brave and valent soul that has fought and perhaps died, held the same in their heart…

  5. It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived. — General George S. Patton

    Keep up the fight and NEVER give up!

    A Veteran’s Foreclosure Victory

    4closureFraud

  6. Thank you to all veterans and those warriors who defended our freedoms so bravely. I have my flag flying today in their honor.

    Peace.

  7. IN MEMORY OF THE GOOD SOLDIERS THAT DIED FOR US

    GOD BLESS AMERICA.

  8. Winston said we will fight them I’m the streets we will fight them in the hills we will never surrender

  9. Neil,
    As a former Marine, your acknowledgment of Memorial Day is very much appreciated.
    Thanks!
    ~Alan

  10. MY DEEPEST RESPECTS FOR THE DEAD MY MOTHER, FATHER AND BROTHER RESIDE IN ARLINGTON CEMETERY
    I ONLY WISH IT WAS MERS THAT WAS DEAD

    .http://www.scribd.com/doc/32268745/FULL-COURT-TRANSCRIPT-WITH-FEDERAL-JUDGE-IN-NEVEDA-INJUNCTIVE-RELIEF-FOR-MERS-MORTGAGES-WHO-HAVE-UN-NAMES-DEED-TRUSTEE-TRY-AND-FORECLOSE

    MERS TRANSCRIPT IN NEVADA–MAYBE THE CASE WITH NEIL.

  11. My deepest respect for our brothers ..amen!

  12. And…Always shake the hand of a soldier and say, ‘Thank You’

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