It is our duty as a citizen of the United States to pay our respects to our country’s veterans. Every day, men and women lay down their lives to protect this country, to protect our rights of freedom and liberty.
Many in today’s society …
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Many in today’s society complain of first world problems such as iPhones breaking and wondering if they will ever be able to get a new one. Our forces overseas wonder if they will make it through to see the light of day again or if they will ever see their family again.
I support many of the foundations and institutes that help our veterans when they return home. However, there are those who think that our military does not deserve extra help, that they are like every other American that needs to work if he or she wants something. I say to you: “Where would you be today if our military just disappeared?”
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