Memorial Day 2009: We’re Sorry

On this Memorial Day, I am reminded of two things.

     

  1. The sacrifice of multitudes of American lives all over the world for the greater good and freedom
  2. The UNGRATEFUL sons of female dogs who do not remember or appreciate that sacrifice
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Sons of &*$#%*# like the current occupier of the oval office who run around the world apologizing for our greatness, and the Europeans and other like them who applaud his words.

To them, I say “I am sorry.”

     

  • Sorry we saved your worthless European hides from the Germans in WWI at great cost to our nation
  • Sorry we did it again in WWII at an even greater cost to our nation in money, and more importantly lives
  • Sorry we tried to help your inept cheese eating government save face and a colony in Vietnam
  • Sorry to the Germans that after we were forced to kick your butts to keep you from oppressing the world, we stuck around and rebuilt your country
  • Sorry we spent billions of dollars to protect Germany and the rest of Europe from the Russians who would have inflicted unspeakable terror on you were in not for us
  • Sorry that after rebuilding your countries we served as the primary market for the goods you produced in the factories we rebuilt, thus propping up your economies until you could find other markets
  • Sorry that even now while you thumb your noses and spit on us, we are still protecting you from a resurgent Russian threat, and trying in spite of an idiot president to protect you from an emerging threat from the middle east.
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I’m sorry. Since you hate us so much, why don’t you just go ahead and repay all those billions of dollars, and all the lives we gave to you as a gift. Since I doubt that will happen, or that you will ever come to our defense when we are attacked, I’d call our investment bad debt, write it off, and walk away. You are worse than the laziest welfare sponge in America. You have the means to protect yourselves, yet you sit back and expect us to do it AT OUR EXPENSE. Goodbye, Europe. Enjoy your what’s left of your way of life, since your apathy is allowing you to be consumed from within.


How many European cemeteries are there in America?

In alphabetical order. American Military Cemeteries JUST in Europe.

1. The American Cemetery at Aisne-Marne, France . A total of 2289 of our military dead.
We Apologize.
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2. The American Cemetery at Ardennes, Belgium . A total of 5329 of our dead.
We are arrogant.
2

3. The American Cemetery at Brittany, France . A total of 4410 of our military dead.
Excuse us.
3

4. Brookwood, England American Cemetery. A total of 468 of our dead.
4

5. Cambridge, England. 3812 of our military dead.
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6. Epinal, French American Cemetery. A total of 5525 of our Military dead.
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7. Flanders Field, Belgium . A total of 368 of our military.
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8. Florence, Italy . A total of 4402 of our military dead.
8

9. Henri-Chapelle, Belgium . A total of 7992 of our military dead.
9

10. Lorraine, France . A total of 10,489 of our military dead.

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11. Luxembourg. A total of 5076 of our military dead.
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12. Meuse-Argonne. A total of 14246 of our military dead.
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13. Netherlands. A total of 8301 of our military dead.
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14. Normandy, France . A total of 9387 of our military dead.
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15. Oise-Aisne, France . A total of 6012 of our military dead.
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16. Rhone, France . A total of 861 of our military dead.
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17. Sicily, Italy . A total of 7861 of our military dead.
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18. Somme, France . A total of 1844 of our military dead.
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19. St. Mihiel, France . A total of 4153 of our military dead.
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20. Suresnes, France . a total of 1541 of our military dead.
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Apologize to no one. Remind those of our sacrifice and don’t confuse arrogance with leadership. As Americans, let’s all look forward – like to the next elections.

IF I ADDED CORRECTLY

THE COUNT IS 104,366

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One Response

  1. Thank you for this fine collection of U.S. Military Cemeteries overseas. You might enjoy reading Soldiers Mail which features the writings home from the front of U.S. Sgt Sam Avery during the Great War. Letters are posted on the same date they were written over 90 years ago. He would not recognize the country that America has become today. http://worldwar1letters.wordpress.com

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