Everything we have, we owe to those who serve us and offer up their lives for us, whether in New York or Afghanistan or Missouri. We can never be grateful enough. They died to free the black man. They died to save us from racial Darwinism. They died to keep back the tide of Communism. They die still to hold back the tidal wave of Islamic fundamentalism. They die to keep our society free from anarchy and murder and terror from local gangsters.
How can we ever repay them? Certainly not by calling them names and throwing rocks and bullets and epithets at them. Thank you, Mr. de Blasio and Mr. Sharpton, for clearing up the picture and letting us know which side we are on. In your own way, Mr. Sharpton, you are doing a great service, writes Ben Stein in The American Spectator.
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