Gut Rumbles

February 10, 2006

i've seen it myself

I think I wrote about a scene similar to this one that I witnessed in the Atlanta airport about a year ago. I can't find the post in my archives, (I did find this) but I remember what I saw that day: a bunch of our military guys and gals headed off to Iraq and receiving a standing ovation from the crowd as they passed through the airport.

That was a sight sure to chill the marrow in a leftist, surrender-monkey's bones. In that busy airport, people stopped whatever they were doing and cheered our troops.

We've come a long way from the Vietnam War, whether some people refuse to admit it or not.


I posted it on my blog last year. We had one of our employees oversease for a year, as well as a co-worker's young son.

Feel free to download the movie file. My brother had sent it to me with the note, "We've got to get our kids home."

Posted by: joni on February 11, 2006 01:42 AM

Joni, that link led me to a "No posts matched your criteria" error page.

Posted by: McGehee on February 11, 2006 08:17 AM

Let me upload it to my web site then. &$&#^@%^% ISP! (Oops. Ladies shouldn't swear! But those ladies never had their ISP go batty on them either!)

Posted by: Joni on February 11, 2006 01:07 PM

Okay, here it is. Direct download. Thanks for your patience!

Posted by: Joni on February 11, 2006 01:09 PM

I was Googling to get some background on this Anheuser-Busch ad campaign. And found this. Of course, anyone can twist anything around to suit his or her own purpose. But I think this blogger completely misses the point of the ad. (Or maybe not.)

Bear in mind, this is just over a year old, posted right after the ad first appeared.

Support Without Being There Is Guilt Before It Is Patriotism

Make of it what you will.

Posted by: joni on February 11, 2006 01:18 PM
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