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By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
My father, who was old enough to fly P-51D Mustangs for the USAAF during World War 2, can remember exactly where he was and what he was doing when he heard about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Likewise, my elder brother (the only one of my siblings who is legitimately a baby boomer) can recall exactly where he was and what he was doing when he heard about the assassination of President Kennedy.
In the exact same vein, a certain September morning a decade ago is irremovably burned into my memory.
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~ Promoted because Our U.S. Senator Carl Levin's office has been contacted, and the folks there don't even seem to have anything to say on this. ~
Sorry folks, I'm still appalled with Obama's treacherous treatment of our Israeli friends.
One could safely suppose that if Obama had his way in respect to our borders, he would also shred the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo as resolve for Americas illegal alien problem.
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CNN reports that the Taliban vows to fight "To The Last Drop of Blood". Sounds like to me to be reminiscent of the Japanese at the end of WWII. If you remember the Japanese vowed to fight to the very last man, women, & child, even to the point of committing suicide either through "Seppuku" or "Kamikaze". It is the whole reason why President Truman decided to use the Atom Bomb.
Some of you know that I really like the movie "Patton". There is a long story as to why, that I'm not going to go into here, just know it has made a big impact on my life. In addition to the movie I have done considerable research into "General Patton", his life, family history, and his fighting philosophy. Although very controversial, Patton had one view that most agreed on, "To defeat your enemy you must take away his ability to wage war".
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