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HONOR & RESPECT
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"Wars are fought with weapons, but they are won by men. It is the spirit of the men who follow and the man who leads that gains the victory."
- General George S. Patton
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[When I started working on this Memorial Day top story, I reviewed the Memorial Day top stories in my archives. After looking them over, I concluded that this one still nails it. Why? Because, I'm .sorry to report, America hasn't changed enough to invalidate what I wrote a few years ago.

Being a warrior under the Obama Regime isn't for the faint hearted.

Military decisions are made in Washington by Elected Tormentors, and are based on political expediency.

Warriors are commanded by a CIC who not only disrespects them, he despises them.

Fewer warriors are asked to do more with less.

If Barry were POTUS in WWII, he would have surrendered to Hitler and apologized to Tojo.]

Memorial Day is about remembering, recognizing and honoring those men and women who made that ultimate sacrifice in the defense of this nation conceived in liberty. The origins of Memorial Day are hotly disputed, but we doubt that it matters. Originally called 'Decoration Day', one of its earliest official incarnations came on May 5, 1868, when General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, issued his General Order No. 11. General Order No. 11 decreed that on May 30, 1868, flowers be placed on all the graves of the honored, Civil War dead - Union and Confederate - in Arlington National Cemetery.

In the ensuing years, one by one, states joined in the commemoration, until, after World War I, all the states were on board. After World War I, the day of remembering, recognizing and honoring was expanded to include all Americans who died in the service of our country. Eventually, 'Decoration Day' evolved into Memorial Day, which moved from May 30th, to the last Monday in May.

Here in the Free State of PIG, we agree that one day a year should be set aside to 'decorate' the graves of our fallen warriors. We do not, however, like the way this 'remembering, recognizing and honoring' has evolved. By confining these activities to one day of the year, we have allowed ourselves to forget, ignore and dishonor the price paid by these fallen warriors, the other 364 days of the year.

Our willingness to forget, ignore and dishonor spits in the face of the men who froze to death at Valley Forge without ever knowing that their sacrifice made their dream of a nation conceived in liberty a reality.

Our willingness to forget, ignore and dishonor, renders meaningless the blood shed by the 600,000 Americans who fought and died during a Civil War that threatened to tear this nation apart at the seams.

Our willingness to forget, ignore and dishonor erases the sacrifice of the 90,000 Americans who died fighting the arch-enemy of our liberty, Communism, in Korea and Vietnam, when we allow glib political opportunists to make "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need", the law of this great land.

Our willingness to forget, ignore and dishonor tells the Americans who died fighting tyranny on battlefields in France, Iwo Jima, Guadalcanal, Okinawa, Kuwait and Iraq "your death is meaningless".

Our willingness to forget, ignore and dishonor means we allow so-called Americans with an agenda to coerce us into obsessing on the nearly 5,800 American warriors who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan, since 2003. We've had it with these clueless peace punks who want to exploit, and cheapen, the deaths in the on-going war, the way many of their ilk did during the Vietnam War. We are determined to remember, recognize and honor ALL the brave Americans who have died for our country, since this nation's inception. Each of these deaths must be remembered, recognized and honored equally. A death on the battlefield isn't demeaned in the least because it occurred in an unpopular war.

The Free State of PIG has had it with this bull crap We're declaring war on forget, ignore and dishonor.

When we stand up against those who would strip away our liberties and coerce us into submission, we remember, recognize and honor those out-gunned, out-manned and out-matched patriots who died during the Revolutionary War that gave birth to this nation conceived in liberty.

When we speak out against those who would Balkanize America based on race, national origin and class, we remember, recognize and honor those who died in a bloody Civil War that, at much too high a price, once again made us 'one nation, indivisible'.

When we sound the warning against the new purveyors of international tyranny and those seeking world domination, we remember, recognize and honor more than 450,000 American warriors who died on foreign shores, fighting international tyranny in two World Wars.

The Free State of PIG thinks it is time to kick forget, ignore and dishonor to the curb. The Free State of PIG wants each of us to take remember, recognize and honor to the next level. How? It's the task of we, the living, to do everything in our power to guarantee that those who died protecting our inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness didn't sacrifice their lives in vain.

Like our heroic warriors, we must arm ourselves for this battle to preserve, protect and defend this nation conceived in liberty. Instead of tanks, planes, rifles and bayonets, we must arm ourselves with the core concepts on which this nation was built. We must use our intellect to fight those who would render meaningless the blood shed for our liberty. While our warriors continue to fight and die in this battle against a determined enemy in far off places, we must fight an equally determined enemy here on the home front.

We must remember, recognize and honor all the Americans who died for our liberty by doing whatever it takes to get top notch, timely medical care for warriors whose bodies where shattered in our defense. We will not tolerate a Veterans Administration healthcare system which callously, deliberately neglects our wounded warriors to death, by denying them access to medical care.

We must remember, recognize and honor the brave Americans who died defending our nation's very existence by fighting back against the Colonistas, border jumpers and Elected Tormentor Quislings who seek to erase our borders.

We must remember, recognize and honor more than 1.1 million Americans who have died in battle since this nation's birth, by restoring the original American vision. We must mount a vigorous counterattack in the halls of government to, once more, make this a nation that maximizes individual liberty and minimizes the intrusive, coercive, downright unAmerican, growth of government.

We must remember, recognize and honor all the warriors who paid the ultimate price for our liberty, by refusing to let a glib prompter punk and his Libertard Marxist cohorts to eviscerate our freedom and dismantle the capitalism that energizes our liberty. We must defend the home front as tirelessly as our men and women in uniform defend America on foreign shores.

We must remember, recognize and honor all the warriors from our nation's inception, to the present, who died defending out liberty, by expunging the Korrectness which is endangering our men and women in uniform. We the People, who benefit from their service must put an and to the madness infesting the Pentagon. Affirmative action promotions in the upper ranks? Sensitivity training on the front lines? Making our warrior women in Afghanistan wear a hijab? Enough already!

We must remember, recognize and honor all the Americans who died for our liberty, by demanding that our warriors aren't sent in harm's way out gunned, out manned, because funds needed for men and material have been diverted to bullshit like giving that scumbag Bradley Manning a sex change.

We must remember, recognize and honor all the Americans who died for our liberty by reaching out to their fellow warriors who are, at this very moment, putting it all on the line for us. If you listen carefully, you'll hear the voices of the honored dead asking us to make sure we show our 21st century warriors that we still remember, recognize and honor them, too. How? Join one of the many support groups who are dedicated to this worthy task, groups like Soldiers Angels or Adopt -A-Soldier. At minimum, you can remember, recognize and honor our men and women in uniform by simply thanking them for their service to this nation conceived in liberty.

We must never forget why, from this nation's birth, so many of our best and brightest put themselves in harm's way and died on our behalf. We don't have the luxury to sit back and forget, ignore and dishonor these exceptional Americans 364 days a year, then assuage our guilty conscience on the last Monday in May. We must stand up, every day. We must remember, recognize and honor them every day by boldly speaking out on their behalf with this vow:

"They didn't lay down their lives for campus speech codes. They didn't lay down their lives to line the pockets of parasites with the rightful property of those who earned it. They didn't lay down their lives for a properly-hyphenated, Balkanized, race-hustler infested America. They didn't lay down their lives so the Quislings in the halls of government can hand citizenship to border jumping scumbag invaders whose only interest in America is robbing it blind. They didn't lay down their lives so a Fifth Column of Jihadikaze operatives can strip away our inalienable liberty and impose Sharia tyranny in its place. They didn't lay down their lives for an appeaser-in-chief who wants to give away the victories they paid for with their lives. They didn't lay down their lives so the enemy at home can turn the 'shining city on the hill' into an impoverished, third world cess-pool. They laid down their lives for my life, liberty and pursuit of happiness and I vow to remember, recognize and honor their sacrifice every day of my life, by taking this fight to our enemies, foreign and domestic."

These noble, heartfelt, words are nothing more then hot air, unless we back it up with action. When America's very existence hung in the balance, the patriots of 1776 were there. When America tried to tear itself apart in 1860, brave Americans, on both side of the battle, were there. When tyrants tried to smother liberty in World War II, brave Americans were there for us. Now, it's our turn. The enemies of our liberty have seized control of our government and are making the sacrifices paid by our fallen warriors meaningless. It's time for us to be there. It's time for us to restore the America they fought for, and died defending. It's our turn now and I refuse to let them down.

How many of our American warriors must die for our country in Barry's asinine, 'what our enemy really needs is hug' battle plan, while we forget, ignore and dishonor, America's fallen warriors? Will we endanger our men and women on the front lines by arming them with diplomatic gasbags, instead of the ships, planes, bombs, bullets and bayonets? Will we allow our warriors to die needlessly, while Barry's diplomatic 'shock troops', yammer the Red Shed's appeasement-laced, defeatist mantra? Or, will We the People remember, recognize and honor every American who fought for, every American who died defending, our country, by putting an immediate end to the appeaser-in-chief's disastrous new 'war' plan? Unless we stop him, he will continue to be the poster punk for forget, ignore and dishonor. If he wins, We the People lose.

Determined to lead by example, PIG refuses to be forget, ignore and dishonor. From the bottom of our PIGish hearts we thank them. We thank each and every one of them. We begin by thanking Crispus Attucks, an escaped slave who was, arguably, the first individual to die for American liberty when he was shot down on March 5, 1770 in the Boston Massacre. Next, we thank all those who followed over the next two centuries. We conclude by thanking all the men and women in uniform who are, at this very moment, in harm's way while they're defending this nation conceived in liberty.

Remember, take that moment of silent remembrance this Memorial Day.

 

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WORD OF THE DAY

MENTAL INCONTINENCE, n.

A state of synaptic chaos, wherein a terminally scatterbrained individual is incapable of holding a single, coherent, train of thought. [Related term: Verbal Incontinence - a chronic inability to hold one's tongue.]

"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived."
– George S. Patton

Is Elvis really dead, or has he been stuck in line at a VA clinic all this time?

Reagan

Remarks at a Memorial Day Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia
May 26, 1986

Today is the day we put aside to remember fallen heroes and to pray that no heroes will ever have to die for us again. It's a day of thanks for the valor of others, a day to remember the splendor of America and those of her children who rest in this cemetery and others. It's a day to be with the family and remember.

I was thinking this morning that across the country children and their parents will be going to the town parade and the young ones will sit on the sidewalks and wave their flags as the band goes by. Later, maybe, they'll have a cookout or a day at the beach. And that's good, because today is a day to be with the family and to remember.

Arlington, this place of so many memories, is a fitting place for some remembering. So many wonderful men and women rest here, men and women who led colorful, vivid, and passionate lives. There are the greats of the military: Bull Halsey and the Admirals Leahy, father and son; Black Jack Pershing; and the GI's general, Omar Bradley. Great men all, military men. But there are others here known for other things.

Here in Arlington rests a sharecropper's son who became a hero to a lonely people. Joe Louis came from nowhere, but he knew how to fight. And he galvanized a nation in the days after Pearl Harbor when he put on the uniform of his country and said, ``I know we'll win because we're on God's side.'' Audie Murphy is here, Audie Murphy of the wild, wild courage. For what else would you call it when a man bounds to the top of a disabled tank, stops an enemy advance, saves lives, and rallies his men, and all of it singlehandedly. When he radioed for artillery support and was asked how close the enemy was to his position, he said, "Wait a minute and I'll let you speak to them.'' [Laughter]

Michael Smith is here, and Dick Scobee, both of the space shuttle Challenger. Their courage wasn't wild, but thoughtful, the mature and measured courage of career professionals who took prudent risks for great reward -- in their case, to advance the sum total of knowledge in the world. They're only the latest to rest here; they join other great explorers with names like Grissom and Chaffee.

Oliver Wendell Holmes is here, the great jurist and fighter for the right. A poet searching for an image of true majesty could not rest until he seized on "Holmes dissenting in a sordid age.'' Young Holmes served in the Civil War. He might have been thinking of the crosses and stars of Arlington when he wrote: "At the grave of a hero we end, not with sorrow at the inevitable loss, but with the contagion of his courage; and with a kind of desperate joy we go back to the fight.''

All of these men were different, but they shared this in common: They loved America very much. There was nothing they wouldn't do for her. And they loved with the sureness of the young. It's hard not to think of the young in a place like this, for it's the young who do the fighting and dying when a peace fails and a war begins. Not far from here is the statue of the three servicemen -- the three fighting boys of Vietnam. It, too, has majesty and more. Perhaps you've seen it -- three rough boys walking together, looking ahead with a steady gaze. There's something wounded about them, a kind of resigned toughness. But there's an unexpected tenderness, too. At first you don't really notice, but then you see it. The three are touching each other, as if they're supporting each other, helping each other on.

I know that many veterans of Vietnam will gather today, some of them perhaps by the wall. And they're still helping each other on. They were quite a group, the boys of Vietnam -- boys who fought a terrible and vicious war without enough support from home, boys who were dodging bullets while we debated the efficacy of the battle. It was often our poor who fought in that war; it was the unpampered boys of the working class who picked up the rifles and went on the march. They learned not to rely on us; they learned to rely on each other. And they were special in another way: They chose to be faithful. They chose to reject the fashionable skepticism of their time. They chose to believe and answer the call of duty. They had the wild, wild courage of youth. They seized certainty from the heart of an ambivalent age; they stood for something.

And we owe them something, those boys. We owe them first a promise: That just as they did not forget their missing comrades, neither, ever, will we. And there are other promises. We must always remember that peace is a fragile thing that needs constant vigilance. We owe them a promise to look at the world with a steady gaze and, perhaps, a resigned toughness, knowing that we have adversaries in the world and challenges and the only way to meet them and maintain the peace is by staying strong.

That, of course, is the lesson of this century, a lesson learned in the Sudetenland, in Poland, in Hungary, in Czechoslovakia, in Cambodia. If we really care about peace, we must stay strong. If we really care about peace, we must, through our strength, demonstrate our unwillingness to accept an ending of the peace. We must be strong enough to create peace where it does not exist and strong enough to protect it where it does. That's the lesson of this century and, I think, of this day. And that's all I wanted to say. The rest of my contribution is to leave this great place to its peace, a peace it has earned.

Thank all of you, and God bless you, and have a day full of memories.

Note: The President spoke at 10:10 a.m. at the Memorial Amphitheater. Prior to his remarks, he placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Who Am I

One Monday morning the Postman is riding through the neighbourhood on his usual route, delivering the mail. Derek, the homeowner, came out with a load of empty beer and liquor bottles for the recycling bin.

'Wow Derek, looks like you guys had one hell of a party last night,' the Postman comments.

Yeah, we had about fifteen couples from around the neighbourhood over for some weekend fun and it got a bit wild. We all got so drunk around midnight that we started playing WHO AM I.'

The Postman thinks a moment and says, 'How do you play WHO AM I?'

'Well, all the guys go in the bedroom and we come out one at a time with a sheet covering us, with only our 'family jewels' showing through a hole in the sheet. Then the women try to guess who it is.'

The Postman laughs and says, 'Sounds like fun. I'm sorry I missed that.'

'Probably a good thing you did,' Derek responded. 'Your name came up seven times...'

 

 

1868 Memorial Day observed for the first time when two Columbus, Mississippi women honor Confederate and Union dead by putting flowers on their graves.

1883 Reality insulated New Yorkers are thrown into a stampede-inducing panic by a rumor that the Brooklyn Bridge is going to collapse.

1889 Over the shoulder boulder holder invented giving those sweater puppies a comfy new home.

1896 Big Apple driver named Henry Wells perpetrates the first known auto accident.

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