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"As our country has honored us, we want to honor our country."
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From my native South Jersey, here’s something to bring a smile to your face and probably a few tears to your eyes this Friday morning. First, click for the photo. Then, read the accompanying story and make sure to view the other pictures.

A few of the quotes that had me choking up:

“As our country has honored us, we want to honor our country.”

“I worry about my dad every second of every day. But I’m proud to have a dad in the Army.”

“For my report, I asked my dad if he likes being a soldier. He said he likes it because he gets to help people. He’s very proud and that’s one of the main things he joined the Army for.”

And the last line of the Courier Post piece:

“Home is where the Army sends us. We’ll roll with whatever comes.”

Hell of a difference in this story compared with how those craven Olympia moonbats treat their kids, huh?

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