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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-05-2001, 07:47 PM
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OT - Respect

Found this on the WI 4wd Association Board!

"CNN Saturday showed George W. leaving HM-1. The Marine at the front step
saluted, GW returned it, and as he walked away, the Marine executed a right face
to stand facing GW's back...something that was missing in eight years of the
Clinton presidency.

The traditional Marine Corps mark of respect was rendered to the new president.
That one goes back to the days in the rigging, when the Marine orderly to the
ship's captain always faced him, no matter his direction of movement, to be
ready to receive an order.

Leave it to the Marines to speak so loudly without ever uttering a word."

OohRah, get some! I always wished that one of those Devil Dogs would reach out and smack that unsat POS Slick Willy upside the head!

Steve M
1976 CJ-7, 304, TH400, Q-Trac, 4:10's, 33x12.5 Goodyear MT's, blah, blah , blah...

"Heavy guns - Reach out and touch someone"
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