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November 05, 2002
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Thank you to members of the U.S. military

I once had a friend here in San Francisco who said he hated the military and that they are nothing but murderers. Well Shamim, I disagree, the US and Israeli military are the reason I'm alive (as an American and as an Israeli) so here's a link just for you.

The anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler has posted a great link to a site that allows you to show your support for our men and women of the US armed forces. Please point your browser to:

http://www.defendamerica.mil/nmam.html

and fill out the simple form that says "Dear member of the U.S. military, thank you for defending our freedom" - so far 1,220,877 people have shown their support.

Posted by David Melle at November 05, 2002 10:03 PM
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No one ever thanked me for my military service and I don't care (much). I served because I wanted to.

But let me thank the man, squad, platoon, company, battalion, regiment, division, corps, army and other service personnel who have done so much to defend me.

Posted by: Phercydes Theodopoulos on November 10, 2002 11:16 AM
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