Memorial Day: A SEAL’s Comments

“Memorial Day is a time to honor the lives of those who would rather die than take a knee when our national anthem is played. But they will fight and die for the rights of those who kneel.”

Robert J. O’Neill (U.S. Navy SEAL, Retired)

Click HERE to read the original opinion piece, “SEAL who shot bin Laden: Don’t wish me a happy Memorial Day”

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2 responses to “Memorial Day: A SEAL’s Comments

  1. Thank you for posting this article. Although it is impossible for me to thank each person separately and personally, I have a tremendous gratitude and respect for every man and woman who has taken the step of putting others before themselves, and entering combat to protect fellow citizens, and not just citizens of the U.S.A., but citizens of the free world, including Canada, my home country. For all current personnel, and past personnel, who have been involved in protecting many citizens of this world, thank you, I HONOUR you, MA’AM, I HONOUR you SIR.
    May our God be with you, Protect you, Bless you, and give you Peace.

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