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The Pledge


I - - Me and all that is me; a person; a commission of one. An American.

Pledge - - My word of honor, give all that is mine selflessly and freely.

Allegiance - - My duty, my obligation, my job. Loyalty.

To the Flag - - Our flag, the American symbol that represents freedom and demands respect to all who see it. The white that represents purity and eternity, the blue embodies the deepness of the American spirit and the red show the never-ending brave and determined heart of its men and women who have defended it. 

United - - One American Team, One American Fight. Regardless of race, gender, or where you were born. All moving in the same direction.

States - - Fifty united areas that govern and work differently from each other but come together for the same cause and country.

And to the Republic - -An organization chosen freely by the people to serve the people with a supreme power to help the people. With the people to the government, not the government to people.

For which it stands – proud of all that it represents

One Nation - - One Country, UNDER GOD.

Indivisible - - impossible of separation.



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, freedom to do as one wishes without being decapitated or killed.

And Justice - - The integrity or impartiality you deserve.

For All - - For All, not just one group, but everyone period.

(By Red Skelton)

I thought about the pledge and what it really meant to me. It’s a plug for some “comedy” shows when they ask people if they can say it and the “Americans” they ask, can’t get past the first word. It’s a sad day when the ones who have the freedom due to others dieing to protect it don’t even know what they really have. I would call that a disgrace!

For you teachers out there, ask your students what the pledge means word by word. Yes, that means they will have to say it in school, probably several times over and over!

Ohh your students don’t speak English?? Ive made it easy for them to learn it by providing different version for them to say in the comments section. Its called the English version!

Semper Fi & God Bless



Time for a C-Gar!



So how do you like your kid being taught (forced) because I doubt anyone ask anyone with half an opinion at the school, to do another countries pledge to their flag?? Well hum I think that is pretty good, to poop on!

In the article below one ass hat is quoted “We study different cultures, that’s part of the educational process,” Dornburg said. “And we do do a pledge to the American and the


flag every morning.”

Hey, I got an idea, how about you’re fired! I know about a shit ton of retired Marines that should be the principle there and I think they might have a different view on your study of “different cultures” bub!

Why don’t you pledge allegiance to the Taliban next? OR how about


? What you don’t like that? Why, they are cultures, right? 

Our little warriors around the states cant say the Pledge of Allegiance for the country they live in but these jokes want to force another countries pledge down their throat.  I bet next week is GAYPRIDE week.  WTF?

Listen in here to the radio station that covered this.

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Appearing in the same paper as the punk shot cartoon against the Marine Corps, YOU, the American people have donated your time and money to purchase a large ad in the Arizona Republic Newspaper showing your support for the Marines and all of the other armed forces taking the fight against the enemy.


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Accountability. Its important to have it. In the field or out and about in life. Since so many of our friends are fighting the scumbags in the War On Terrorism, it’s important to check up on them from time to time regardless what unit or armed forces they are from. Blackfive shot me an email about one such warrior.

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Flags of our fathers-The Movie!


What’s that? You don’t know the history behind the flag raising at Iwo Jima?? Get ready for shivers up your back. The movie trailer will give you a couple minute movie history lesson of what happened back then and how the movie will give it credit!

One other thing…..as you watch the movie trailer, what things jump out at you that could be compared to and with Iraq and the warriors fighting there??

Semper Fi Marines!!

Click below for the movie trailer!


Marine Corps awards Joe Rosenthal the Distinguished Public Service Medal


His career in photography spanned over half a century; the images he has captured on film have touched the lives of many, but what he was most remembered for on Sept. 15 was his humbling demeanor and gentle nature.

Joseph J. Rosenthal was named a honorary Marine April 13, 1996, by former commandant, Gen. Charles C. Krulak, for his world-renowned photograph of five Marines and one Navy corpsman raising the American Flag high atop Mount Suribachi on the island of Iwo Jima Feb. 23, 1945.

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