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The Vets for Freedom National Heroes Tour
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The anti-war vandals had their day in the sun. Now, let’s turn to the patriots. The Vets for Freedom has launched a National Heroes Tour–make sure you check to see when they’ll be rolling through your town. Today they are in Austin, Texas. VFF reports:

Many of America’s most decorated war heroes from Iraq and Afghanistan have packed their bags and are hitting the road on a national bus tour to take their non-partisan message of progress and freedom from coast-to-coast.

The Vets for Freedom National Heroes Tour is about supporting our troops, honoring their commitment, and rallying the country to complete the missions in Iraq and Afghanistan.

At this critical juncture in our country, we need Americans, lawmakers and the media, to fully recognize—and appreciate—the sacrifice of our brave military and the dramatic success they have achieved, especially in Iraq with the new counterinsurgency strategy.

Jim Hanson’s got vid of the kickoff.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Iraq, Veterans, Worthy Causes