Remembering a Day of Infamy

December 7, 2012
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Behold the complete & total destruction suffered and draw a little inspiration from what we Americans were able to do over the next four years. The enemy was clear in those days and made no attempt to mask its intentions.

America’s most deadly enemy is now from within, in our midst, in the White House, in our government, boring ever-more deeply into our free lives, all the while doing everything it can to confuse and obscure its intentions. Perhaps the first line of attack and ultimately the last one is sustained exposure of those who would enslave us while pretending to free us.

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7 Responses to Remembering a Day of Infamy

  1. MARY GAYDOS on December 7, 2012 at 3:32 pm

    TO QUOTE G.K.CHESTERTON -
    “THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN NOTHING
    WILL BELIEVE IN ANYTHING.”

    THIS EXPLAINS THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL OF THE AMERICAN VOTER.
    HAVING FAITH IN “NOTHING”
    THEY VOTED FOR AN “ANYTHING”.
    ONE WHO DISDAINS AMERICA AND HER VALUES.

    GOD BLESS AMERICA – WE NEED IT.

  2. Lee on December 7, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    My first duty station was Cincpacflt in Pearl Harbor in late 1946.
    We could look out and see the stacks of the Arizona during low tide. Cincpacflt is the station Admiral Nimitz reported to right after Pearl Harbor. He was on the the “greats” of WWII.

  3. James White on December 7, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    I was only 6 years old but I stell remember it well, we lived in
    LA,Cal. at the time,and thought we mite be next, my dad joined the navy the next week.
    In 1953 I was abourd the USS Rendova CVE 114 and on our way to
    Korea we layer over at FORD island, very close to the ARIZONA.
    In 1955 I was abourd the USS G.K.Mac Kenzie DD 836 and made a stopover in Nagasaki, Japan, I did not feal sorry for them..
    God Bless America.. Jim White

  4. Jack Kramer on December 7, 2012 at 8:23 pm

    Never before in human human history have so few given so much to save so many. RIP, one and all, and may God bless you. Indeed, you are The Greatest Generation…ever!

  5. Sam Hamilton on December 7, 2012 at 10:59 pm

    Those who died immediatly, those that were wounded, and those who survived to fight back, are all heroes for eternity.

  6. D Roamer on December 7, 2012 at 11:17 pm

    Tom Brokaw was right on in his “Greatest Generation”.

  7. Day of infamy… « Time for Thorns on December 8, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    I spent some time yesterday remembering Pearl Harbor. I wasn’t born then, and my family lost no on in the attack, but knew other families who did.

    71 years after the event, a first-hand report considered so graphic it was promptly censored, has now been printed. I have read the book published by the author, and both are worth your time.

    One man who did survive that hellish day has made it his mission to help identify the unknown dead, a worth task indeed.

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