Jordan Leigh | Soldier I Thank You

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Soldier I Thank You

by Jordan Leigh

It's pretty sad but true... you can be influenced by the music you listen to on the radio. We hear songs such as, "How big her butt is", "How much bling I have around my neck"' "Why my dog and wife left me in the a Trailer" and " How the devil is my Cousin". Now don't get me wrong these are great songs and we all love them, but as American people is this what we're all about? Our Troops are deployed all over the world and let me stop saying the word "troops", because when I say the word troops it makes them seem like they're somehow different than us. Let me describe these men and women as our brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, Aunts, Uncles, co-workers, friends, and neighbors. They are the same people who are losing their homes, whose marriages are breaking up, who may have lost an arm or a leg. With our loved ones and families deployed all over the world isn't it a shame that they're sacrifices are not reflected in the music that is heard on the radio? I am all fo
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While driving home after a performance at a local nightclub, my manager saw a perplexed look on my face He asked, "Is something troubling you?" I simply said, "What happened to the Red, White and Blue?"

When America first declared War, the streets were filled with cars and trucks decorated with red, white and blue. We all were cheering, as if the troops were our favorite sports team. You could see signs across America that read, "Go U.S.A.!" and the American flag was selling out in stores everywhere.

As American citizens, we have to admire the spirit and patriotism that was felt by our service men and women when they made the decision to defend this nation. They are America's finest, and we, as American citizens, are the benefactors of their decisions to protect us. We must continue to support them as we did when the war began. These men and women took an oath to be the guardians of some of the greatest words ever written on paper, The Constitution of the United States of America. In this civilized society, which is governed under a democracy, if we want to bring about change, we simply go to the voting booth. We live in a nation where we can enjoy the freedom and the right to have our voices be heard. This comes at a high price, which so many of our fellow Americans have paid, but we have forgotten?


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