[Histonet] Tissue-Tek Express

Goodwin, Diana GoodwinD <@t> pahosp.com
Fri Jun 30 11:07:51 CDT 2006

Here, Here, and a resounding "Huzzah!"  So nice that we bleeding-heart
liberals can wholeheartedly agree and identify with our gun-toting GOP
brethren now and again.
Now I'm going home to hoist an ice-cold Coors and rent "The Patriot".  
Best Regards to ALL,
Diana Goodwin


From: Dennis Hahn [mailto:DennisH <@t> cookchildrens.org] 
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2006 11:56 AM
To: Goodwin, Diana; HistoNet <@t> Pathology.swmed.edu;
kemlo.rogerson <@t> waht.swest.nhs.uk
Subject: RE: [Histonet] Tissue-Tek Express

Histo Net, 
Climbs upon his American, gun-toting soap-box....
Let the Friday flaming begin. This is not meant to offend any one
nationality. I usually just pick up tid-bits of information from the
histonet, and ignore all the usual comments or flamings. 
However, maybe the wording was not meant to be what I interpret it as,
1) We were not "made" independent from anyone. No other country, or
king, gave us our independence. We fought for it. I served in our armed
forces for 6 years active duty, including the "first" gulf "conflict" as
it is referred to. I fly an American flag in my front yard and do my
best to explain to my children each time we take it down and burn it
(Yes, you SHOULD burn the American flag when it is worn out, and no
longer usable...it represents our country, a living, breathing entity)
that many men, and women, have died so that the people in our nation,
and others, may vote for our representatives both locally and
nationally, say what we want, when we want, come and go throughout our
country and the world as we please, all without the fear of any
retaliation when we lay our heads down at night to sleep because of it.
2) I'm not saying that anyone should be sad, but in less than 230 years,
the US did GAIN it's independence, survive a brief civil war, establish
a free, and hopefully, equal society, spearhead many of the industrial
revolution ideas (That cotton gin thing really had the world stumped,
didn't it?) and create the most sophisticated military the planet has
ever known. Yes, we do have our problems...The elderly, poor, and many
children do not have access to adequate health care.
3) I do believe that Diana Goodwin stated, and I quote, "Happy
Independence Day to all my fellow Americans!" Why respond at all if it
doesn't apply to you?
4) Let all of my fellow Americans remember ALL the soldiers this weekend
that are currently scattered throughout the world. Many are in places
and battles that we will never know about.
Climbs down off his soapbox, gets some BBQ to eat, and is ready for
Dennis Hahn
dennish <@t> cookchildrens.org

>>> Kemlo Rogerson <kemlo.rogerson <@t> waht.swest.nhs.uk> 6/30/2006 8:52 AM

Question? Can we say 'Happy Independence Day'? It was from us you were
independent from, so should we be sad?

Kemlo Rogerson
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