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  •  I was there last July. (11+ / 0-)

    As a Navy veteran, Viet Nam Era, I was deeply moved. I served on ships built during WWII and the sacrifices and successes of America's Pacific Fleet were part and parcel of my training. The barracks where I trained to be an officer in Newport, RI is named Nimitz Hall, after Chester Nimitz, the CINCPAC who beat the Imperial Japanese Navy in the Pacific. Anyone who has gone to sea on a warship cannot help but empathize deeply with those who experienced the terror of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on this infamous date in history.

    Aren't you glad that the clueless won't get a chance to run the country again, just yet? Yeah. Me too.

    by LeftOfYou on Fri Dec 07, 2012 at 01:29:57 PM PST

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