“…”Patriotism comes in all different kinds of forms,” said the president, who noted a 60-year-old man from Nevada who got a waiver to enroll in the military after his son was killed in Iraq. The man is now serving as a Navy medic. And he described the men who set this nation free when they signed the Declaration of Independence.
“They did the right thing even when it was hard. They did the brave thing even when risky. They did the noble thing even when many others would not,” the president said.”…”
On July 4, George W. Bush (a real POTUS) drew a huge crowd in a little town called Woodward, Oklahoma. (Do you miss him as much as I do?)