Talking about the “greatest generation”, one of its younger members has a message for us;
I stand before you this morning as a 70 year old man with emphysema. 50 years ago I was serving in the U. S, Navy. Thirty years ago I was an area campaign manager for Ronald Reagan. Two years ago, if you asked me, “What are you doing?” my answer would have been “As little as possible.”
It has been my privilege to live during the best years of the greatest nation in the history of the world. We, you and I, are the sons and daughters of the “greatest generation.” The freedom they fought and died for has been entrusted to us, along with the Torch of Liberty. What must we do to leave the same freedoms to our children?
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