Thank you to all of the men and women who have served, and currently serve, our country.
I’m in Washington D.C. and I wish I would have scheduled time to go spend time at some of the military monuments and reflect on the history of the U.S. and many other countries.
I know many are unsettled about this war and past wars, but this is not a day of debate about what war is right or wrong – it is a day to reflect, respect and honor men and women who leave the comforts of their home, their friends, the safety of their hometown routine, and their jobs to put on a uniform and respond to their Commander in Chief.
I know many do it enthusiastically and many do it with reservation and fear – but they do it. They go into lonely, dangerous places not sure if they will come back. They do it for a higher purpose (maybe a purpose they don’t fully understand or support).
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Then, they come “home.” The return from Vietnam was the definition of disgusting as many didn’t welcome them – they spit on them and rejected them.
What a very sad time in American history.
Today they come home under better circumstances, but the unemployment, homelessness and other challenges they struggle with is equally disgusting.
Hopefully we, as a people, can change that.
To those who serve, or have fathers and mothers who have served: THANK YOU.