D-Day. One of the single greatest days in American history--and I'm sure half the people reading this have no idea what it is. I'll tell you.
D-Day was the day America committed her finest young men to the task of defeating her enemy in Europe once and for all.
D-Day was the day the American eagle chose to continue to be an eagle and not a sitting duck.
D-Day was the day America realized that you defeat your enemies by fighting them with grim determination, not by deserting the battlefield in the middle of the fight.
D-Day was and remains the day that epitomizes everything that today's liberals despise: patriotism, steely resolve, and copious bravery.
June 6, 2008 marks the 64th anniversary of the day that was a baptism of fire for hundreds of thousands of American and other Allied troops and secured victory in Europe. Please take the time to remember those young men whose courage and sacrifice on that momentous day ensured the preservation of our free and precious way of life. Please join me in saying a heartfelt "Thank you!" to all those fine young men. God bless them and God bless America.