Listening to every heart
I use to be a Democrat; I tried for years to understand the ways and means of ways and means; and while at heart, I can be a person who will take care of herself, I don't like handouts; I don't like so much of what the "Dems" have become;
So I've vacillated in the last few years [seems like centuries!] and sometimes I have to think about what is best for my community; what is best for my state; what is best for my country....
I think the Registrar is tired of my vacillating mind.
I know what a coffin with a flag looks like; I don't think I need to see it displayed over the auspices of what our government had decided what was best to do.
These young people did what they wanted to do for a country that chose to help others; whether that was good or bad, they made a decision to do what they thought was best. And for THIS ACT, I applaud not only them, but their families for raising their children to think "country first"; even if it wasn't for their own country.
I believe that the Military will always, or at least should always have their place in the United States. My mere thank you to the families will have no place in their hearts over the loss they know. I have always felt that if I could, I would have put myself in the place of those they have lost.
Mere words, I know, but I value the action of their loved ones for the price of what our country has always believed in; and freedom is priceless.
Thank you, Juju, for giving us this sight; so that we might voice.