By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper, Patriot and Infidel.
PRESIDENT George W. Bush wanted to become the education president.
When Islamic terrorists struck on 9-11 crashing their planes into the Twin Towers of the Trade Center, The Pentagon, and a fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania which was forced into the ground on the command of a passenger, Todd Beamer, who understood what was happening and said, “Let’s Roll”;
President George W. Bush became a great war-time president.
Any doubt, read his book “Decision Points,” where he candidly admits to and takes responsibility for screw ups as the campaigns against Afghanistan and Iraq began.
Have you seen any photos like these in the last 6 years ? Of course not, the current occupant of the Office was into photo-ops particularly when they featured him saluting the flag-draped casket of a hero.
Do you miss him yet?
Attitude tells a lot about a person.
If a hug is needed, don’t be shy!
No one appreciates a firm handshake more than a soldier.
If they prefer not to shake hands…
then a chest bump will do.
Just make sure you do a duck face afterward so they can laugh at you.
Admire their medals. They were hard-earned.
Always treat their families with great respect.
They have been through more than you could imagine.
Laugh with them!
Laughter is a medicine that works 102% of the time.
If you know a soldier, call them on the 4th of July.
It will make their day!
Each soldier has an amazing story.
Listening is often the best gift you can give someone.
Soldiers love getting hugged because most of them
are big softies deep down.
Do a sport with them.
Soldiers love being active.
President Bush golf’s with wounded veterans at the Warrior Open tournament.
Make sure you are respectful.
Serve them a big dinner if you can. Lots of meat
But if you only have a minute, look them square in the eye…
And say, “Thank you.”
We promise you they will appreciate it.
IT’S DOUBTFUL YOU HAVE SEEN THE VIDEO BELOW
WHAT NO TELEPROMPTER?
Disclaimer: This article was not written by Lorra B.