Monday, May 28, 2012

Memorial Day

On this day we acknowledge the least desirable byproduct of poor international relations. There isn't a single, sane soldier, sailor, or airman who wants to be honored on this holiday when his service ends instead of in November. The best way to honor our war dead is by keeping their sacred status as exclusive as possible, and by preserving at home what they fought for abroad. By the way, don't the recruiting ads mention something about freedom?

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