HOW MANY HAVE GIVEN THEIR LIVES FOR THE SAKE OF FREEDOM? HOW MANY MORE WILL HAVE TO?by Arnie Rosner
(May 29, 2011) — On this very important day of tribute…
With the thunderous and resounding affirmation of the 112th Congress to Prime Minister Netanyahu’s public acknowledgment of the extent of the true freedom afforded its citizens by the American republic…BiBi Congress Approval
On this most serious special day, I would like to express my deepest thanks and appreciation to all of our brave and courageous men and women in uniform who are serving and who have served our great nation. This includes my special thanks to all of our dedicated public servants…members of our military, police, fire, local government and federal government who individually and collectively have sworn by their sacred oath to defend and protect the Constitution of the United States from all enemies both foreign and domestic.
Thanks to the total commitment and unwavering dedication and enthusiastic support by all of our public servants and our protectors, we have come to rely on their firm commitment and resolve to honor their respective oaths made directly to the constitution and not to any entity or person, provide We the People, (the American citizens) with peace, security and the assurance that the inalienable protections bestowed upon each of us by our creator are guaranteed.
Even more important is my heartfelt respect and admiration for those who have gone before and given their fullest measure of devotion to also permit “We the People” of this nation to enjoy the freedom and prosperity which has been the hallmark of our society. The America the world has come to recognize as “America, the home of the brave…the land of the free!”
With extreme gratitude…
And great Humility,
A video/audio memorialization of those who “gave all” is here.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.