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    • When asked why I am a Republican I can proudly say I have known more than a few good Marines and many others who have died for our country.  I place the blame on the backs of Hillary and Barack for this one.

      A Short Poem you will not forget... NEVER FORGET!

      Do you recall President Obama referring to the Benghazi incident as "a bump in the road?"

      Recently I heard an ex-Navy Seal being interviewed on Fox News regarding a book he has Written about how to handle crisis situations in our lives.

      At the end of the interview he asked if he could make a comment on Benghazi and, of course, The anchor said "yes."

      He then thanked Fox News for keeping the Benghazi story in the news, since other news organizations are not.

      He said the Seals who died deserve the public knowing the truth about the whole Affair.

      The poem was written by an anonymous Marine Corps officer:



      We're the battling boys of Benghazi,

      No fame, no glory, no paparazzi.

      Just a fiery death in a blazing hell,

      Defending our country we loved so well.

      It wasn't our job, but we answered the call,

      Fought to the Consulate and scaled the wall.

      We pulled twenty countrymen from the jaws of fate

      Led them to safety and stood at the gate.

      Just the two of us and foes by the score,

      But we stood fast to bar the door.

      Three calls for reinforcement, but all were denied,

      So we fought and we fought and we fought 'til we died.

      We gave our all for our Uncle Sam,

      But Barack and Hillary didn't give a damn.

      Just two dead Seals who carried the load

      No thanks to us...we were just

      "Bumps In The Road".









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    “It has been a source of great pain to me to have met with so many among [my] opponents who had not the liberality to distinguish between political and social opposition; who transferred at once to the person, the hatred they bore to his political opinions.” —Thomas Jefferson (1808)

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