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Like your freedom? Thank a veteran

Posted by Kelly Maher on November 11th, 2010
 
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Colorado State Sen. Mike Kopp, R-Littleton, said this at the Colorado Department of Transportation Military Appreciation Day this week…

“You know, to serve in the armed forces of our country, I believe, is an incomparably high calling. I don’t know if you’ve ever thought about it in those terms for yourself. Most veterans that you talk to tend to want to eschew such sentiments. They want to say, ‘Well, anybody would have done it.’ But not everybody does do it. Not everybody does. We have to say thanks, and we have to remember, because it’s not really, ultimately, about veterans. It’s about our great county. And it’s about remembering what it takes to make sure that this great country is preserved.”

Thank you to all the veterans (including Kopp) for their service.

We realize at WhoSaidYouSaid every single day that when we exercise our First Amendment rights, it’s because of the sacrifices made by veterans and their loved ones. We don’t take that for granted and we deeply and humbly appreciate those who serve, and have served, in our armed forces.

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    ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Kelly Maher
    Kelly, a co-founder of WhoSaidYouSaid, brings more than 10 years of campaign and policy work experience. In addition to her skills in grassroots activism and organization, Kelly has a knack for distilling complex issues into accessible messages that resonate with voters. Her policy specialties include health care, education, employment and tort reform. Follow Kelly on Twitter at @okmaher.

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