Tomorrow marks the 65th anniversary of the Allied invasion at Normandy to shift World War II back into the control of freedom-loving people and to free the European people from the dictatorship of Hitler. These brave troops gave the ultimate sacrifice so that people they had never met were free. We should forever be grateful to them.
A ceremony tomorrow will be attended by Obama, Sarkozy, Canadian and British prime ministers, and Prince Charles. I wonder how the Muslim community will react to Obama's acknowledgment of the Holocaust being that they will deny it until the day they die.
To those who were there on that beach fighting 65 years ago, thank you and God Bless you. To the families of those who died there, rest assured that the memory of the sacrifice your loved ones gave will never die. We owe them much more than what they gave.
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