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Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, August 22, 1934 – December 27, 2012…

In a nation seemingly scarce of true heroes these days, the passing of Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf conjures up images of a not so distant past for America. Simple recognition of right and wrong and an unwavering commitment to “duty, honor, and country” were most certainly the foundations of this man’s life.

We were truly enriched as a nation to have counted him among those who took up arms in our stead. And as some of us watch with anxiety, the declining health of President George HW Bush, it is increasingly difficult to see The United States with the depth of character and courage embodied in these great men going forward.

RIP “Stormin’ Norman”… Your dedication to this Republic is duly noted, and your place in history secure.

God please look after President Bush as he battles on…



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