Michael P. Olbrisch wrote: > > Roland D Stiner wrote: > > > My thanks to all the UNION soldiers and President Lincoln, who kept > > America united and who defeated the armies supporting Slavocracy. > > > > Roland Stiner > > Douglas F. Bowling wrote: > > > Great message, Mike. I did 23 years in the Navy, and as I look around it > > seems many folks take all this for granted. > > I wish more of them could have looked over the fence at Guantanamo Bay, > > or visited some nations where most folks would love to fit our definition > > of poverty. > > > > Doug Cooper wrote: > > > There is a famous quotation by a US marine at Khe Sanh: "For those > > whofought for it, freedom has a taste the protected will never know." > > Craig Mellinger wrote: > > > At the the risk of being flamed. I will submit this to honor those > > courageous men put it all on the line to chase a dream.Craig N2MA > > Although this is a day for celibration in the U.S., let us not forget > thatmany men and women, all over the free world, have fought and died, > and are still doing so today, for their freedom, as we have for ours. > Their freedom tastes every bit as sweet as ours! Only one individual > had any negative words about this, and in doing this Jeff K. unknowingly > exercised his freedom to do so, paid for with someone else's blood. > My respect to men and women in every country, who value what they > believe in even more than their own lives. As only a soldier can > understand, I pray for world peace. Everyone, everywhere, enjoy > the weekend, and be safe. > > -- > Vy73, Mike. KD9KC > email@example.com > The farthest West ham in West Texas. ***************************************** What does this all have to do with AMSAT? I subscribed here for satellite data!