Friday, June 14, 2013
Via Facebook, Governor Palin writes:
Whether outside our homes, inside our classrooms, or alongside our courthouses, the American flag flies as a symbol of "liberty and justice for all." On this Flag Day, we pledge our allegiance once again to the ideals that define this most exceptional nation. We vow to defend these ideals out of respect for those who have come before us and out of love for future generations.
Please follow the link to read President Reagan's 1986 Flag Day Radio Address. It reads in part:
“As the American Republic grew and prospered and new stars were added to the flag, the ideal of freedom grew and prospered. From the rolling hills of Kentucky to the shores of California to the Sea of Tranquility on the Moon, our pioneers carried our flag before them, a symbol of the indomitable spirit of a free people. And let us never forget that in honoring our flag, we honor the American men and women who have courageously fought and died for it over the last 200 years, patriots who set an ideal above any consideration of self. Our flag flies free today because of their sacrifice.”
What powerful words from our fortieth president! Happy Flag Day, and God bless America!
- Sarah Palin