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I honor our veterans, not our president
Posted By Bradlee Dean On 11/11/2011 @ 1:00 am In Commentary,Opinion | Comments Disabled
With today being Veterans Day I thought it appropriate to tell you that most recently I had a radio station manager approach me because I was calling out Obama’s corruption on the air. He admitted that he knows President Obama is “un-American, reckless, ignorant and even corrupt.” And, of course, I agreed with him.
But then he went on to say, “He is still the president of the United States, and we need to honor him and his office as such.”
I said, “Honor him as such? You’ve got to be out of your mind to think that I am going to honor any individual in any office that steps on the sacrifice of our veterans who ratified the Constitution of the United States with their blood.” (Which, by the way, is the same Constitution those in office swear to uphold.)
When we tolerate corruption in government, then we dishonor the price veterans paid! I am in fact honoring the office of the president when I point out that which corrupts the office he holds. I will never honor any man or woman in office who disrespects the sacrifice of those who put him or her there. Never. And neither will anyone who is a true American patriot.
To leave it on a positive note, I will be the first one to stand behind those in office that do honor the veterans and the Constitution.
The following are the number of American casualties in each war listed:
World War I: 116,506
World War II: 405,399
If anything, America, seeing their sacrifice should show you what not to tolerate in office rather than allowing their bloodshed to be trampled on.
Below is what every American should do to honor our veterans. Please keep in mind that these two little men are 5 and 7 years old:
This music video by my band Junkyard Prophet is a tribute to all of those who went before us in sacrifice. It has been seen in over 111 million households worldwide. Enjoy.
Buy the CD at the WND Superstore. If you have friends or family serving in our military right now, get them a copy and show your appreciation for their service.
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