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Live Stream || White House Briefing – July 9, 2013

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14 Responses to Live Stream || White House Briefing – July 9, 2013

    • Fantastic video and so inspirational. Wouldn’t we be a force if all conservatives ‘pledged mutually to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor to restore this country to the shining city on the hill that Ronald Reagan talked about’?

      • I hope Ted Cruz brings the same kind of passion for our country that his father has. What an inspiration. This is what our founding fathers had in mind in the first place.

  1. OT but poignantly meaningful.

    Granite Mountain Hotshots member Brendan McDonough read “The Hot Shot’s Prayer” during Tuesday’s memorial service for his 19 fellow crew members, who died June 30 while battling a wildfire in Arizona. Following is the text of the prayer:
    When I am called to duty, Lord …
    To fight the roaring blaze …
    Please keep me safe and strong …
    I may be here for days.
    Be with my fellow crewmembers …
    As we hike up to the top.
    Help us cut enough line …
    For this blaze to stop.
    Let my skills and hands …
    Be firm and quick.
    Let me find those safety zones …
    As we hit and lick.
    For if this day on the line …
    I should answer death’s call …
    Lord, bless my hot shot Crew …
    My family, one and all.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/07/09/hot-shot-prayer-read-by-lone-survivor-at-memorial-for-1-elite-arizona/#ixzz2YaPoPvPD

    Also before they brought them down from where they died they had flags sent up to cover each firefighter in two rows. Yes a flag so meaningful
    the families were so touched and that’s all that counts.

  2. I’ve been watching Reagan’s farewell oval office speech to remind myself of what he meant when he called America the shining city on a hill. Didn’t realize how many speeches Reagan gave to the nation until he mentioned at the beginning that this was his 34th Oval Office speech.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKVsq2daR8Q

    What a complete antithesis of Reagan we have sitting in that Oval Office today. There is no comparison of Reagan’s 34 Oval Office speeches to the nation, and Preezy Revenge’s maybe one Oval Office speech in his almost 5 years in office. Preezy seems a lot more comfortable schmoozing on the couch with his late night TV buddies than he does performing the duties of his office.

    • Wow I’m a little weepy today keeping thinking of the inspiring words of a President who led by example and loved his country.
      And when we needed nurturing and comfort history’s were the
      a comfort. Ronald Reagan what a man.