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    05/02/2014 05:07 PM

    The poem was
    written by a MARINE CORPS Officer


    We're the
    battling boys of Benghazi
    fame, no glory, no paparazzi.
    Just a fiery death in a blazing
    Defending our country
    we loved so well.
    It wasn't our
    job, but we answered the call,
    fought to the Consulate and scaled the
    We pulled twenty
    Countrymen from the jaws of fate
    Led them to safety, and stood at
    the gate.
    Just the two of
    us, and foes by the score,
    But we stood fast to bar the
    Three calls for
    reinforcement, but all were denied,
    So we fought, and we fought, and
    we fought 'til we died.
    We gave our all
    for our Uncle Sam,
    Barack Obama didn't give a damn.
    Just two dead seals who carried
    the load
    No thanks to
    us.........we were just "Bumps In The Road".

  • Bill Newby

    04/28/2014 08:57 AM

    So you must have heard some different comments out of bundy than what I've been able to find. Asimple man telling the truth as he has seen it. In my 64 years I too have seen the damage done by the government by making the negro's, indians, and as many others as they could dependant of the government for everything. Bundy did not show a dislike for the blacks, he just told the truth and misjustice as he witnessed it. So you know where to put your racist talk, put it where the sun don't shine!

  • Johann Euchner

    04/21/2014 11:34 AM

    To Donald Haynes:

    do you know that the firemen in New York when the Towers crashed, were exposed to a lot of unhealthy dust? and that Tom Cruise organzied and paid the sweat progamme ?And did you know that helped? Maybe it helps you!! Call your nearest Narconon Center and ask for the purification rundown.

    good health Johann

  • Florence B. Schell

    04/15/2014 05:55 PM

    I was trying to find the program where you were telling about the CEO of Chik Fil Let (not sure of that spelling) backing down

  • Donald L. Haynes

    04/02/2014 11:25 PM

    I was in the US Marines in
    Oct. 19, 1965 - May 9, 1969
    and in Vietnam 1966-1967
    I was exposed to Agent Orange many times in the Jungle. I was unable to receive any treatment as,the
    VA kept telling me that the
    treatment for Agent Orange time frame had expired.The
    exposed areas are my feet. legs, arms and lungs. Don H.

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