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Happy Fourth of July!

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Have safe and happy celebrations of our Independence Day!

 

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Oh, yes! Everyone have a safe and fun holiday! Don't be blowing your fingers off with fire works.
 

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Absolutely! Happy July 4th everyone!

Going to a party this evening to celebrate the birthday of one of the greatest countries in history.

We have about $3000 to blow up - all 1.3 gram mortors. :)
Largest we can get legally.
 

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President Bush's July Fourth proclamation: AP

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Since July 4, 1776, Americans have experienced freedom's power to overcome tyranny, inspire hope in times of trial, and turn the creative gifts of men and women to the pursuits of peace. Across generations, our nation has defended and advanced liberty.

The words of our Founding Fathers first guided a country of 4 million souls, yet they put large events in motion. When the Liberty Bell sounded at the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence, one who witnessed the birth of freedom in our country said, "It rang as if it meant something." In our time it means something still. America continues to proclaim liberty throughout the world, and we remain a country full of hope and promise where opportunity thrives, where all stand equal before the law, and where our freedoms are celebrated.

Americans live in freedom because of the enduring power of our ideals. In the midst of World War II, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt reminded our troops that our nation believes in the "right to liberty under God - for all peoples and races and groups and nations, everywhere in the world." Today, a new generation of Americans continues to defend our nation and spread freedom. On this Fourth of July, we honor the brave men and women of our military, and their families, and we express our gratitude for their courage, dedication to duty, and love of country.

Laura and I send our best wishes to all Americans on Independence Day. May God bless you, and may God continue to bless America.


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Let's give our troops a big boost and say Thank You. :2razz:
 
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