Skip to comments.Thanks to our military - Please read, sign and pass on to those in your address books.
Posted on 03/03/2005 7:01:47 PM PST by Former Military Chick
I would like to encourage all of you to visit the Department of Defense web page and sign a brief message thanking the men and women of the U.S. Military services. The compiled list of names will be sent out to our soldiers at the end of the month.
So far there are 11 million names. What a pity. There should be hundreds of millions of "Thank You's". Please forward this message to your friends, so they can do the same.
It takes less than a minute to sign the card. All you need to do is type your name and City/State. It is that easy.
Signed with my thanks.
May our Lord bless our troops and our President George W. Bush.
Already have sent this to my email list.........BUMP
Signed, gladly. Wish I could have added something on my own, though.
Maybe it's a good idea they don't let you, as some may add derogatory comments.
Indeed you did and I should have PINGED you and give the credit it deserved. So, thank you for sending it out and it is a great idea, Julie.
Thanks for link. It's the least we could do for those who are guarding, and protecting our freedoms.
Done. I lingered there and read some articles. Very good site.
That was my first thought, that I could say something special to them. My second thought was some a$$ from such places as DUmmie land would say something mean and cruel.
Done and done.
Thank you!!! I have sent it on to all family and friends. And as the mother of a soldier who served in Iraq, I would like to thank all of our Freeper Friends for the support they give to our men & women of the military. God bless you all! Thank you for your service, Former Military Chick!!!!!
Done! Thanks for the link
Done...and passed on to my Email list.
I forgot to say that I did sign it!
...As my Vietnam War U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment was busy spearheading Freedom's Arrival to Iraq on March 23, 2003...
...we Freepers were right outside the 2003 OSCARS supporting them...
(AP Photo & Article)
Signed:.."ALOHA RONNIE" Guyer
Veteran-U.S. 7th Cavalry's Opening Days of the Vietnam War-1965
Done!! And glad to have the chance to thank them!! Thanks for the post!
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