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It seems to me that things have gotten worse since we have a new president. His massive signing of executive orders are changing our country fast. Much of it, in my opinion, is not good.
His stopping of completing the border wall doesn’t make sense. It will allow thousand of people to cross that are up to no good.
He shut down a pipeline that will have 11,000 workers unemployed. He is suppose to be for the workers and unions, and he does this???
I am a registered democrat, but the last time I voted for a democrat was for Obama’s first term. I saw the light at that time and have been very selective on who I vote for since then.
I am for a president who wants to support our military, and Biden certainly isn’t that man. He had the National Guard sleep on cement floors in a parking lot, and told them to leave later.
I quoted a National Guard soldier in my previous post that said.
“I felt like I was trash to be put into the garbage.”
It is so sad to see this happening to our military. They are here to protect each of us. They enlisted to serve.
Got to share this with you!!
Audie Murphy — then a second lieutenant commanding Company B of the 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division — found himself surrounded by six German tanks and wave after wave of enemy infantry while fighting in Holtzwihr, France.
Rather than retreat with his men, Murphy made a gutsy decision: He ordered his soldiers withdraw to the cover of nearby forest and set up their artillery while he remained at his forward command post to direct their fire.
Things quickly took a turn for the worse. A nearby Allied tank destroyer burst into flames following a direct hit from an enemy tank, its crew fleeing to the woods and leaving Murphy alone.
But Murphy didn’t shrink from the oncoming onslaught of German armor; instead, he mounted the burning tank destroyer and took on wave after wave of German infantry with nothing more than the vehicle’s .50 caliber machine gun and superhuman determination.
“Second Lieutenant Murphy’s indomitable courage and his refusal to give an inch of ground saved his company from possible encirclement and destruction, and enabled it to hold the woods which had been the enemy’s objective,” the citation reads.
Murphy’s bravery also earned him a spot in the history books as one of the most highly-decorated heroes in U.S. military history — and set a new standard for courage under fire in the process.
When you read that, it makes you very proud that you were a part of the military that he fought for.
How is the world rotating for you? Going to fast? Well, you have over 11,120 fellow veterans here who have your back.
I understand how the rat race can be overwhelming, and if that is happening to you GET HELP!
Here is a toll free number to call 24/7. They have highly qualified counselors there to help you. They will not hang up until they know you are OK.
Do Not take on the not so friendly world alone.
1-800-273-8255 Option #1
You are never alone.
You are never forsaken.
You are never unloved.
And above all…never, ever, give up!