In Memory; D-Day

I have spent some time today surfing and reading the D-Day memorials on blogs far and wide, and I know that I will never be as eloquent in my writing as some of the words I have read today.  Keeping that in mind, and also keeping in mind that Americans, (not politicians or the Pilgrims),  go to the farthest corners of the world to help oppressed people all the while spending our greatest resource; our military men and women, I am here to honor all those Americans that have fought and died to free others and to reaffirm my American commitment to fight evil where I see it and to never quit until the mission is finished.  For all those politicians and shadow chess players in the wings, keep pushing; it ain’t gonna be pretty.

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Obama and fascist crew? Are You Listening?

(Can we impeach him yet?)

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11 Responses to “In Memory; D-Day”
  1. The men and women who served in WWII had a deep understanding of what it means to be American. The imposter that is galavanting around the world apologizing for our men and women in uniform has no clue what it’s like to be an American (never having tried it himself). I join you in honoring those brave soldiers and sailors that fought against the tyranny of fascism, and in spitting on those who devalue their memory.

    God Bless America!

  2. “Can we impeach him yet?”

    Can we deport him yet? Can we have him arrested for treason yet? How about fraud? Then there’s probably perjury. The list of crimes committed by this fool is endless.

    You know how I feel about those who paid the ultimate price for our freedoms.

    God bless you, Diamond.

    God bless America!

  3. I watched a couple of documentaries on the History Channel (a questionable channel, but the video was incredible).

    What went on at Omaha Beach was simply horrible…
    The loss of life was staggering on that beach that day…

  4. no-nonsence-nancy says:

    I received an email on Memorial day of why we should not apoligize for anything we have done. It had beautiful pictures which I wasn’t able to cut and paste, unfortunately. Very disappointing. But you all can read the captions and maybe I can forward my email to Diamond Tiger and she can put them up on the blog.

    Never forget Our American Heroes; the soldiers who never came home!
    quotes

    “More than ever before it’s clear that America’s liberty will not be restored until its advocates realize that what we fight for is ultimately more important than who we fight against.” ~Dr. Alan Keyes

    “In many ways, the attitude of obedience is much more vital than the act, because if the attitude is right, the act will naturally follow. But the right action with the wrong attitude is nothing but hypocrisy.” ~John MacArthur

    In alphabetical order. Just Europe.

    1. The American Cemetery at Aisne-Marne, France. A total of 2289 of our military dead.
    We Apologize.

    2. The American Cemetery at Ardennes, Belgium. A total of 5329 of our dead.
    We are arrogant.

    3. The American Cemetery at Brittany, France . A total of 4410 of our military dead.

    Excuse us.

    4. Brookwood ,England American Cemetery. A total of 468 of our dead.

    5.Cambridge,England. 3812 of our military dead.

    6.Epinal, FranceAmerican Cemetery. A total of 5525 of our Military dead.

    7.Flanders Field, Belgium. A total of 368 of our military.

    8.Florence, Italy. A total of 4402 of our military dead.

    9.Henri-Chapelle,�Belgium. A total of 7992 of our military dead.

    10.Lorraine,France. A total of 10,489 of our military dead.

    11.Luxembourg, Luxembourg. A total of 5076 of our military dead.

    12. Meuse-Argonne. A total of 14246 of our military dead.

    13.Netherlands, Netherlands. A total of 8301 of our military dead.

    14.Normandy, France. A total of 9387 of our military dead.

    15.Oise-Aisne, France. A total of 6012 of our military dead.

    16.Rhone, France. A total of 861 of our military dead.

    17.Sicily, Italyv v. A total of 7861 of our military dead.

    18.Somme, France. A total of 1844 of our military dead.

    19.St. Mihiel�, France. A total of 4153 of our military dead.

    20. uresnes, France. a total of 1541 of our military dead.

    Apologize to no one.

    Remind Americans of our sacrifices and don’t confuse arrogance with leadership.

    May God continue to bless America!

  5. I am always in awe regarding those that made the ultimate sacrifice as American Soldiers. It makes me mad that they did it for the banksters’ profits. It however does not lessen the love in which they gave their sacrifice to make others secure in their freedom. Thank you to all who have given their time and thank God for those that made the ultimate sacrifice.

  6. navyvet48 says:

    My Uncle Nelson is one of those D Day heroes. He was a paratrooper in the 101st Airborne. He lost most of two fingers in that jump. He was nearly killed by friendlies because the Germans stripped him of his uniform. He was bandaged up and went on to fight. His second Purple Heart came in the Battle of the Bulge. His parents were notified that he died in that battle but was actually in an English hospital. He eventually went home. Later on he served the country one more time. He was a Merchant Marine that regularly traveled to Vietnam to deliver supplies for that war. He was one of my heroes. I miss him today. He went home 18 years ago right before the first Gulf War.

    I know for a fact that he is rolling over in his grave!

  7. navyvet48 says:

    To IA my favorite show is Unsolved History. That show is great. A good deal of what the History Channel does isn’t too bad but some of it is very questionable.

  8. Leaping Spark says:

    Freedom is never free, unfortunately our President who is not an American could care less about the sacrifices of many of our friends and relatives. He sees the world through jaded and evil eyes and does not appreciate the freedom given to us by the brave men and women of our armed forces. He seeks only to apologize for the freedom granted millions of people world wide by our military. Thank God for our Military, they were and are the best of us.

  9. thedametruth says:

    Diamond, as always, our sparkling gem, you are far more articulate that you think. You made me cry and THAT is a feat which VERY FEW have ever accomplished.

    Blessings to all, both living and dead.

  10. Dame – if this made you cry, then do not read A Rebuttal To The Apology Tour or you will be bawling for hours.

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