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Governor Palin Remembers Pearl Harbor





Governor Palin took to Facebook to remember the fallen at Pearl Harbor:

Americans will never forget those who died on this day of “infamy” at Pearl Harbor 71 years ago, and we will never forget those who served in World War II and those who continue to serve in war zones today. We are thinking of our vets on this day, and we are thankful for them every day. Their sacrifices for America won’t be taken for granted.



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  • indemind

    I Thank you SarahAmerica, for having a true Servant Heart…. God Bless

    Sarah Palin-The unconventional politician, but a very conventional American… INFAMY!

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    .¸.¤*¨¨*¤.¸¸.¸.¤*¨¨*¤. …………Not4Sale
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  • http://conservatives4palin.com/ Mary Beth House

    Never forget.

  • blueniner

    Thanks Sarah, you never forget, nor will we……Thanks for remembering.

  • daisy_mae

    Never.

  • John B. Hefmier

    Chuck Jr. wrote this in the comment section of today’s open thread of his blog:

    http://chuckheathjr.com/the-post-december-7-2012/

    "Many years ago, Dad was visiting the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor and he noticed a group of Japanese men looking down on the sunken ship. They were laughing, high-fiving each other, and making airplane noises with explosions. One of the men asked Dad if he would take a couple of pictures of their group (this was in the day of 35mm film cameras). Dad said sure. The men posed and Dad snapped away. He kept snapping away until he went through their entire roll of film. He used another one of their cameras and did the same thing.
    They thanked him and Dad just smiled and said, "you’re welcome".
    I’m sure those men were surprised when they had their film developed and saw that Dad had intentionally cut their heads off in every shot."

  • 808forpalin

    Elizabeth P. McIntosh wrote this story about the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin 71 years ago.  Her editor thought the graphic content would be upsetting to readers, and held the story.  It ran for the first time in yesterday’s Washington Post.  (Cross posted at Chuck Jr.’s place.) 

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/honolulu-after-pearl-harbor-a-report-published-for-the-first-time-71-years-later/2012/12/06/e9029986-3d69-11e2-bca3-aadc9b7e29c5_story.html

  • senator20526

    Thank you Sarah…we will never forget…

  • Dawani

    On Pearl Harbor Day Dec 7, 1941, I was 7 years old. I lived in Denver, Colorado in a beautiful red brick house. It was cold outside but the sun was warm so I took my doll buggy and dolls and went outside to the sidewalk where three men were talking. One was my Dad, one other was Mr. Brown who lived next door. He was a detective and always said to us kids "Now you be good." I didn’t know the other man. They were talking and one said "Where’s Pearl Harbor?" None of them knew.

  • AyePatriot

    Words from a true national leader. Thank you Gov. Palin!

    Now contrast the simple yet profound post from Gov. Palin with the narcissist in chief.

    Obama Commemorates Attack On Pearl Harbor With Picture Of…….
    http://weaselzippers.us/2012/12/07/barack-obama-commemorates-attack-on-pearl-harbor-with-picture-of-barack-obama/
    …..Himself!!

     

  • uksarahfan

    We shall remember them.

    The History Channel have had on an excellent series of programmes on Pearl Harbour including an interview with CMH recipient John Finn – (passed away in 2010 aged 100)  real 24 carat hero.

    I have been fortunate to have visited the Arizona Memorial and as a war grave it is certainly a place of great solemnity and indeed sadness. Chuck’s story up thread was awful but Chuck Snr handled it perfectly.

  • BrianusBerkleianus

    Thank you, Governor!!

  • Guest

    Right On  Gov.Palin………

    never…………

  • LibertyLass

    Thank you Sarah, we can always count on you to remember with heartfelt thoughts….

  • Banda31

    Sarah Palin always shows her love, respect and appreciation for the military by remembering and honoring those that served before and those that are presently serving. She does that so naturally, it’s nothing forced, it’s part of her. I’m sure that the members of the Military and their families appreciate that. I know I do.

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