Friday, May 12, 2006
THANKS

Purple Heart
U.S. Navy Seabees, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133, are presented with the Purple Heart at Gulfport, Miss., May 8, 2006, for wounds received while serving in direct support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The Purple Heart is presented to any member of the Armed Services who is either injured or killed while serving in combat action. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Ja'lon A. Rhinehart
This remarkable man doesn’t need the salary he earns as a member of the best presidential cabinet ever assembled in American history. He could be enjoying retirement in luxury and privacy, yet he serves his country. He sure doesn’t need the grief he gets from the pointy heads of the media, or the jealous back stabbers in the military. Yes, I know it was only a handful (6 or 7) out of some 6,000 Generals of the USofA’s Armed Forces that took the media’s bait, and called for this American hero’s ouster, but that is still shameful behavior by retired Generals.

WEBLOAFER AND SANITY’S BLUFF,
SALUTE YOU SIR: AND THANK YOU.

We don’t often think of saluting civilians, but this is a remarkable man, and the venom he must endure, is more than most of us could take.
THANK YOU.

AND JUST TO FURTHER ANNOY ANY ‘PROGRESSIVE’ VISITING THIS BLOG, HERE ARE SOME MORE PICTURES YOU’LL SEE ONLY ON THE INTERNET.
My favorites are pictures of the Iraqi children, adoring our brave men and women. Don’t kid yourself, this is pure unadulterated love you see on the faces of these children. You don’t have to stage photos like these, you just have to take them.


U.S. Army Pfc. Corione Woods cleans an open wound on an Iraqi child's leg outside the Al-Nasar Welsalem police station in Baghdad, Iraq, on May 4, 2006. Woods is treating the boy's leg during a joint neighborhood patrol with Iraqi army soldiers. DoD photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Samuel W. Shavers, U.S. Navy. (Released)
Children in Kamaliya, Iraq, walk off with a humanitarian assistance bag given to them by U.S. Army soldiers April 28, 2006. Soldiers from Delta Company, 3rd Battalion, 67th Armored Regiment, 4th Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, distributed donated supplies to the villagers. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Bart A. Bauer
U.S. Army Capt. Gregory Stone hands out backpacks full of supplies to students in a classroom in Al Meshreca, Iraq, May 2, 2006. Stone is from 1st Battalion, 71st Cavalry Regiment. Defense Dept. photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Kevin L. Moses Sr.
Residents of Tarmiya, Iraq, line up at the gate of the town clinic, April 23, 2006, for a medical outreach program sponsored by Coalition Forces to help sustain the growing clinic and meet the needs of the local populace. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Michael Larson
Iraqi children gather to see U.S. Marines patrol in Al Ish, Iraq, May 1, 2006. The Marines are from Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marines Regiment. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brian M. Henner
A soldier from Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, teaches a kid how to shake hands like an "Urban" American during a patrol in the Deshir Market Area of Baghdad, Iraq, April 28, 2006. U.S. Army photo by Spc. Timothy W Story

ALL OF THE ABOVE PHOTOS, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SEC. DONALD RUMSFELD,WERE TAKEN THIS YEAR, MOST OF THEM THIS MONTH...IN IRAQ,

YOU MIGHT WANT TO READ THIS ARTICLE

4 comments:

Blogger jarhead john said...

It's unfortunate that you are dead on in regards to the photos. The MSM seems to concentrate more and more on doom and gloom when it comes to the war on terror. Oh well, what would one expect from a blatantly left leaning institution?

Blogger annika said...

Great post!

By the way, I just discovered your blog. Its nice. My brother is a truck driver too!

Blogger web_loafer said...

Thanks for the kind word annika. I spent some time at your blog. You don't pull punches gal, I like that. Great blog, or I should say blogs. I blogrolled your blog. Come back anytime, and tell us what's on your mind.
I lived in Chico California back in my (ah hmm) hippie days. The '60's. I was dumber than a rock then, and acted a lot like the move on idiots of today. You could say I was in a rut.......I didn't stay in that rut, I moved on......some people stay in the first rut they get stuck in. Catch you later.

Blogger annika said...

blogrolled u 2!

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