Friday, July 3, 2009

Will there be proof that the flag is still there?

Sorry about there being no post yesterday. My 12 year old son was busy being sick in the Emergency Room after a scout trip to Lake Powell.

Anywho, this 4th of July, if you live in Hawaii (or if you are visiting), you may be in the front seat for the new meaning of "And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air".

North Korea threatens reaching the U.S. with their missiles, although it could be just posturing (acting like a little 2 year old testing its parents), on July 4th.

"North Korea fired four short-range missiles off its east coast Thursday, just ahead of the U.S. Independence Day holiday this weekend. The U.S. and Japan called the country's move "provocative."

"The launches have highlighted concerns over North Korea's broader missile intentions, especially after the country warned ships to stay away from waters off its eastern coast until July 10." -- Read More From Source Here

Following this patriotic U.S. holiday, will there be "proof through the night that our flag was still there"?

Click Here for the link to the lyrics of the Star Spangled Banner

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