Posted on December 7, 2016. Filed under: Facts / History / Nostalgia..., Holiday / Holy Day..., Informational..., Inspirational..., Military..., Obama Unveiled..., Politics... | Tags: , |

December 7, 1941…

This was the day the Japanese attacked the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor early one Sunday morning at 7:55 AM.  This cowardly attack lasted for two hours, ending at 9:55 AM.

I’m posting a link to a video below that explains that sad day in history, and to commemorate this day because I believe every American should know what December 7th represents.

America’s resilience in the face of evil and violence should be admired and emulated.  The strength and heroism of our military has suffered under Obama’s obvious dislike for America and all it stands for, but the tides are slowly turning, and together, we will Make America Great Again, so help us, God.

America thanks you for your service to our great country. Your heroism will never, ever be forgotten. Your bravery will be respected and emulated in every branch of service because all of you, past and present, are members of the Greatest Generation of all time, and your efforts helped build this nation into what it is today.

Thank you from the bottom of our very grateful hearts…   †   

Here’s their story… — Attack on Pearl Harbor

I offer this prayer to all those who have died fighting for this country and for the freedoms we enjoy.  Although we don’t know many of their names, we do appreciate their sacrifices, and they will always be in our prayers of gratitude.  Thank you for your dedicated and heroic service to our great country.  You will never, ever be forgotten; you will be honored and emulated for your heroism…



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