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THANK YOU, Ben Affleck, for your support of the troops!

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Thank you, #NASCAR, for supporting the troops: http://www.nascar.com/Salute #NASCARsalutes

Many thanks to Jack in the Box for supporting deployed troops, #veterans & Operation Gratitude!

Coast To Coast Computer Products Supports the Troops!

Thank you, EDR, for supporting the troops with these great care kits for our Operation Gratitude care packages!

UTA Foundation: "Proud to support our troops today by assembling care packages w/ @OpGratitude." #ProjectImpact

MANY THANKS to @VictoryBikes for all the support!

Winning Workplaces -- Coast to Coast Computers Supports the Troops

Thanks to all those who support us who embody this saying.

What a terrible, heart-breaking tragedy in Connecticut. Please pray for and remember the victims. Hug your children - hug everyone you love every day for you never know what may happen next. God bless those who were taken in this tragedy and give comfort and peace to the families left behind. God help us to understand and guide us in Your love and mercy so this may never happen again. In Jesus Name Amen.

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This is why unions are important. Your boss says he'll fire you if you don't show up to a political event for a party you may or may not belong to, you file a complaint with your union and if the union is strong, you keep your job! We need to support our unions, our union workers, and the rights of workers to share or keep secret their political beliefs as they see fit. No one should be forced to support a politician or party in order to keep his or her job. THIS IS WHAT TYRRANY LOOKS LI...

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"If you want to know how strong a country's health system is, look at the well-being of its mothers." –- Hillary Clinton

You are not powerless

Young Buddhist nun, Wasgaduw Sumangala, at a peace rally in Sri Lanka, August 17, 2006. (HumanityAshore, flickr)