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Our Men and Women in Uniform

Our men and women in uniform have stood in the forefront of the war on terror since soon after 9/11.

Our men and women in uniform are our first line of defense against terrorists.

Our men and women in uniform keep us safe from Muslim extremists.

Our men and women in uniform are heroes.

Our men and women in uniform are true public servants.

Our men and women serve voluntarily so we don’t have to.

Our men and women in uniform should not have to suffer abuse while they try to do their jobs.

Our men and women in uniform did not ask to perform their job as they do.

Our men and women in uniform are just following orders.

Our men and women must follow the chain of command.

Our men and women in uniform have families that must endure their unusual schedules.

Our men and women in uniform should be thanked when we see them in airports.

Our men and women in uniform help defend our freedoms.

Our men and women in uniform help ensure that we remain the “land of the free and the home of the brave.”

Our men and women in uniform should be supported with our prayers.

Our men and women in uniform seek to harm no one.

Our men and women in uniform work in a very stressful environment.

Our men and women in uniform should not be criticized; all criticism of their actions should be directed at the government.

Our men and women in uniform are not directly responsible for any harm they might cause; it is the politicians that are ultimately responsible.

Our men and women in uniform deserve the support of all Americans regardless of political party or philosophy.

Support our men and women in uniform – support your local TSA agent.

Our men and women in uniform have stood in the forefront of the war on terror since soon after 9/11.

Our men and women in uniform are our first line of defense against terrorists.

Our men and women in uniform keep us safe from Muslim extremists.

Our men and women in uniform are heroes.

Our men and women in uniform are true public servants.

Our men and women serve voluntarily so we don’t have to.

Our men and women in uniform should not have to suffer abuse while they try to do their jobs.

Our men and women in uniform did not ask to perform their job as they do.

Our men and women in uniform are just following orders.

Our men and women must follow the chain of command.

Our men and women in uniform have families that must endure their unusual schedules.

Our men and women in uniform should be thanked when we see them in airports.

Our men and women in uniform help defend our freedoms.

Our men and women in uniform help ensure that we remain the “land of the free and the home of the brave.”

Our men and women in uniform should be supported with our prayers.

Our men and women in uniform seek to harm no one.

Our men and women in uniform work in a very stressful environment.

Our men and women in uniform should not be criticized; all criticism of their actions should be directed at the government.

Our men and women in uniform are not directly responsible for any harm they might cause; it is the politicians that are ultimately responsible.

Our men and women in uniform deserve the support of all Americans regardless of political party or philosophy.

Support our men and women in uniform – support your local TSA agent.

Originally published on LewRockwell.com on April 1, 2011. Happy April Fool’s Day.

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