Archive for memorial day

giving your all

Posted in military, war with tags on May 26, 2013 by Word-Drum

american-flagToday we honor the fallen heroes of our country. They didn’t particularly want to die, or fight for that matter. True, they trained hard and thought deep about what soldiers do.

They stood up to defend freedom in this world. They were shot down or blown up by those who oppose the personal freedom of Americans. From fighting the British, to the Nazis, the Communists, to fighting today’s incarnation of evil: the jihadists.

It’s a rare soul with the guts and expertise to step into the snake pit of the Islamic World and take on the mujies. And perhaps we should stop. How can we cope with the loss of the outstanding individuals who serve in the military?

Perhaps without their sacrifice, the rest of us would suffer and even die. For if we can be over-run by the likes of our Islamic enemies, who could never be as strong as us, only more violent, any other group with evil intent, could also destroy us.

They can’t read blogs, or do anything else anymore, so I will thank their families and friends. Their Brothers in Arms will remember them as they really were. We can keep the fallen alive in our hearts. These Patriots give meaning and direction to our lives. For them I have only love and respect.

audio: boy to hero

Posted in military, music, war with tags , on May 29, 2011 by Word-Drum


This new song called “Boy To Ramadi” will be my post for Memorial Day. It’s about a hero from our ongoing fight with the boys from Islam.

Along with this generation’s warriors, always on my mind at this time, and throughout the year, is our Vietnam Vets and their fellow troops who did not come home. And the thousands who took their own life after returning to Liberal America where the cruelest people think themselves to be saints, and true selfless service was disregarded.

Click on the code below for a recording of the song.

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Boy To Ramadi>

Bike ride to the park
falling down, you skin your knee
Still afraid of the dark

Mom said: It will be alright. Mom said: It will be alright.

Played hard and lost
Growing up, you start to see
you'll catch the next one tossed

Dad said: It will be alright. Coach said: It will be alright.

Try so hard, you want to show them.
Fast become the man you wanna be.

Bootcamp was a hoot
Worked like a dog and slept like a log
Not hitting all you shoot

Sarge said: It will be alright. Sarge said: It will be alright.

One day you fly
across the world with brothers and friends
Some of them will die

Sarge said: It will be alright. Sarge said: It will be alright.

Carrying a heavy load, the
sun beats down, no way to cool
Worse is under the road

Sarge said: It will be alright. Sarge said: It will be alright.

The road explodes and drives you backwards
The sky is black, a hand is all you see.

Sarge said: It will be alright. Sarge said: It will be alright.

The black starts to bright
Heaven comes after the pain
Walking into the light

God said: It will be alright. God said: It will be alright.

Looking down on your boy
He rides his bike and starts to cry
Dad's better than any toy

Mom said: It will be alright. Mom said: It will be alright.

Fight or die, or both, no option
Less would leave us all overrun.

Call you hero, you are remembered
Time stops tears. Cheers for the battles won…

and freedom under the sun.

it takes an army

Posted in military, war with tags on May 30, 2010 by Word-Drum

memorial day: talking to the dead

Posted in military, war with tags on May 25, 2009 by Word-Drum

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Is there Internet in heaven? Why should we not talk to the dead, I talk to the brain-dead all the time.

To the heroes of the U.S. Armed Forces I would say thanks for killing the enemy. For killing Nazis, commies and muji scumbags. For doing it so well, you were forced to give your precious lives. Doing that, you gave life to others. You have died for human rights and liberty. We will celebrate you while we bask in these things. The celebration will end when these things are gone.

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God (we need You more than ever) Bless America