I HOPE THIS WILL REACH AND SERVE AS A REMINDER TO ALL YOUR FRENCH, BELGIUM,
AND GERMAN ARROGANT, IGNORANT, AND UNGRATEFUL CITIZENS WE HAVE SPENT
OUR TIME, MONEY AND LIVES TO DEFEND.
MY HOPE IS THAT THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT WAKES UP, SHUTS DOWN THE U.N. (OF WHICH THEY PAY THE MAJORITY OF THE COST TO OPERATE) FOR YOU WORTHLESS IDIOTS TO SIT IN NICE HOTELS, RIDE AROUND IN LIMOS, TALK ENDLESSLY, AND ACCOMPLISH NOTHING - EXCEPT TO BERATE THE UNITED STATES. LIKEWISE, NATO HAS OUTLIVED ITS USEFULNESS AND THE BALKANS ARE A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF HOW INCAPABLE NATO IS OF OPERATING TODAY WITHOUT THE SUPPORT OF THE U.S.
I WONDER IF THE EIFFEL TOWER WERE A PILE OF RUBBLE ON 9/11 WOULD THE FRENCH STILL WANT TO PRIDE THEMSELVES ON THEIR ARROGANCE? OR WOULD THEY CRY, NO DEMAND IMMEDIATE HELP AND ACTION BE TAKEN BY THE UNITED STATES TO SAVE THEM AGAIN.
DO THE FRENCH REALLY FEEL THEY ARE SO IMPORTANT AS TO MAKE THE FINAL DECISION OR -- ARE THEY SIMPLY DELUSIONAL ENOUGH TO THINK THEY ARE A WORLD POWER WHEN IN FACT THEY ARE SIMPLY A SELF PROCLAIMED KEY MEMBER? THE ANSWER IS OBVIOUS, IF IT WERE NOT FOR THE USA AND HER ALLIES WE COULD ALL VISIT THE EIFFEL TOWER OF BERLIN.
FOR ALL WHO HAVE FORGET THE TENS OF THOUSANDS OF GRAVES
OF THE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES DEFENDING YOU
In Flanders Fields
In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved, were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
by John McCrae
I HAVE SEEN THESE GRAVES PERSONALLY AND EVERY BLEEDING HEART LIBERAL
SHOULD TAKE THE CHALLENGE AND GO VISIT THEM . THIS IS WHAT GIVES YOU
THE RIGHT TO BE YOU.
GOD BLESS AMERICA AND HER ALLIES
I leave you with the challenge to forward this to as many as you can
with good conscience
And I leave you with a passage from another great American Hero - Paul Tibbets (Give him the key again)
"In closing, let me urge consideration and let the exhibition of the Enola Gay accurately reflect the American spirit and victory of August 1945. Those of us who gained that victory have nothing to be ashamed of neither do we offer any apology. Some suffered, some died. The million or so of us remaining will die believing that we made the world a better place as a result of our efforts to secure peace that has held for almost 50 years. Many of us believe peace will prevail through the strength and resolve of the United States of America".
Paul W. Tibbets
The contents of this web page posted from an Email I received 4/14/03.