Thank a Veteran
If you do not feel you owe a debt of gratitude to veterans of our military who served with honor protecting your liberties, I just don't want to know you.
Lashed by the not-so-thinly-disguised disdain of the Loony Left Moonbat Brigade and the Mass Media Podpeople's Army, scorned by the Great Unwashed of Academia, our military personnel serve the primary legitimate function of government: protection of its citizens from outlaws and outlaw regimes which would seek to harm us.
For that alone—quite apart from the hardships they may endure in service—they deserve our gratitude, respect and clear and unequivocal expressions of thanks.
So, to all who have honorably served or are honorably serving in our country's military, Thank You. And to the families of those who have given their lives so that we may breathe free, no thanks is great enough, no honor is higher than the one bought and paid for by your sacrifice.
God bless you one and all.
We now return to our regular programming of snark aimed primarily at those in the Loony Left Moonbat Brigade and the Mass Media Podpeople's Army—you know: those who just won't "get" the point of this post. Not because they can't but because they choose not to.