Fwd: Has America Forgotten Our Troops?
- Human Events <HumanEvents@...> wrote:
Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2007 08:20:31 -0800
From: "Human Events" <HumanEvents@...>
Subject: Has America Forgotten Our Troops?Below please find a special message from one of our advertisers. From time to time, we receive opportunities we believe you as a valued customer may want to know about. Please note that the following message does not necessarily reflect the editorial positions of Human Events.Dear Human Events Reader,Four years ago I started Treats For Troops with one simple mission: to make it safe and easy for every American to send packages and messages of support to our men and women in uniform year round.Four years later the need to spread holiday cheer to these brave fighting men and women many serving in some of the most culturally-isolated and dangerous places on Earth has never been greater.
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