Letters to the Editor

'Importance of winning'

I lived through World War II. I know first hand the heartache of loss. A beloved family member, along with his entire crew, lie at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. To this very day, their submarine, the U.S.S. Kate, has never been accounted for.

These brave men were volunteers. They understood the dangers of war. More important, they understood the evil in the hearts of the world's enemies and the importance of winning.

I thank my God every day that during that horrible period in world history, we did not have the "cut and run" Americans and the Congress we have today.

I also thank my God every day for my president, George W. Bush, who understands the evil in the hearts of the world's enemies and the importance of winning.

Margie L. Martin

Fresno

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