Nov 2, 2015

Memories Of Their Past Explode At Reagan Airport in DC

Common Sense Commentary: When these World War II veterans are gone and their generation is only history, America will have lost an irreplaceable asset. These old guys went to war as farm boys, mostly, and a wide range of hard-working, dependable city boys, all of whom beat down a cruel enemy and returned home more confident, more wise, and more ambitious. They all went to work or college and built, on our forefathers' Constitutional, solid rock, freedom foundation, the greatest nation in the history of mankind. They have been known ever since as, The Greatest Generation. As they grew old, and their heroism was forgotten, new amoral anti-heroes began to take power and capture the vain imaginations of the young. Political and Religious Liberalism, Socialism, illicit sex, drug culture, Political Correctness, anti-work benefits and government free stuff neutralized personal pride and responsibility and left the mess we aren now in.

The four young women in this video are the exception. They must see the tragic loss of character, dependability and self-reliance these old veterans are taking with them to their graves, leaving only memories and monuments of who they were and what they did...The Greatest Generation is drawing it's last breath. RB

WW II Vets Start Dance at Airport

Once again, you are only as old as you feel. While waiting for a flight at Washington, D.C.'s Ronald Reagan National Airport, two World War II veterans proved they can still boogie! The men were in D.C. as part of an Honor Flight – a service that provides free flights to veterans so that they can tour the war memorials in the nation's capital. A group of three women known as the Three Ladies of Liberty began entertaining the vets with their rendition of The Andrew Sisters' 1940's hit "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy." That's when one of the vets stood up and provided some entertainment of his, showing off some impressive - and unexpected - dance moves. He was soon joined by another veteran who went straight for the ladies as they sang the iconic wartime song. Then a fourth very pretty young lady showed her own appreciation for the old vets and joined them as a dancing partner. A 2 min. video was posted to YouTube and has become an instant hit. Don't miss this last hurrah of ....

The Greatest Generation....indeed.

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