It's not too late to bring our troops home they've been away for far too long. Some have lost their families, leaving our soldier's behind with nothing more than a memory of a war that no none will win.
It's not too late to save our families from the nightmare they're bringing back. It's either going to make them or break them and I know in my heart it will break most of them leavng too many families torn apart
It's not too late for a father to come home to meet his new born baby that's now two. This war is confusing our children, you know the newborn that now two, he or she won't even know who their father is or whether to call him Mr. or daddy
It's not too late to bring a mother home, but since the whole family decided to do the honorable thing, she'll be coming home to an empty house, and doing and feeling and being, I guess, like the rest
It's not too late for a soldier coming home to never have to suffer again for the mission they have served. Tell me you're preparing for them because what I've seen and what I've heard does not equal out to what you're suppose to do
Don't leave them on the streets with sickness and homelessness. Heal them with the doctor's you have staffed, and make sure a soldier's voice is heard because every night one of them will dream the war that will never end in their mind. It's a soldier's traveling nightmare that will travel with them until the end
Don't forget to do this, bring our troops home, it's never too late, only too late for the other's that the war couldn't save
Keep sending our troops over here and there, exaust them, and when you have no one to send who will protect us. I wanna know because I'm thinking about his now?
And last but least, don't forget to pray daily because no one knows when their special loved one will take the front line or take their last ride