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  1. Saw the article in the WSJ. Great job!!! Keep it going. Would love to come up there and stand with you.

    Arnie Dupuy
    Afghanistan ’03-04

    Comment by Arnie Dupuy — May 23, 2008 @ 8:21 pm

  2. Thank you so much for what you are doing! Both my wife and I are active duty Navy, my brother a Marine recently returned from Iraq and my cousins Air Force. We want your support, we need your support. The anti-war movement wants us to come home . . . essentially, they wan’t us to quit. What they fail to understand is that US Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen and Marines don’t and won’t “quit”. We fight for what we believe in . . . and we believe in a better world.

    Comment by MMCM(SS) Chris Schlegel, USN — May 23, 2008 @ 9:46 pm

  3. The Sheepdogs made it to the Wall Street Journal (page A9 “Protesting the Antiwar Protestors”) in the May 24-25 edition. Horay SHEEPDOGS! The article by Kevin Ferris is spectacular and there is a pic of the May 17 rally.
    Here’s a link to the article.

    Comment by Denine — May 24, 2008 @ 6:42 am

  4. I just read about your work in the Wall Street Journal. Keep up the great work. You folks are the true American Heroes!

    Sandy Williamson
    USAF ’70 – ’73
    Worcester, MA

    Comment by Sandy Williamson — May 24, 2008 @ 7:07 am

  5. I saw the article in today’s Wall Street Journal. Great job! If you would like to see more of the greatness of our Warrior Elite, I encourage you and your friends to Google The LOOC Foundation, which has introduced a film “Warriors In Their Own Words” now available.

    Was the photo of your group taken by the WSJ staff or someone among you? If it is one taken by your group, can yo please send me a copy to forward to friends in Iraq? In exchange I would like to send your group their photos (all Marines) for your use.

    Comment by HunterDan — May 24, 2008 @ 7:22 am

  6. I also saw the article in the WSJ and was totally inspired by your personal courage and conviction. Outstanding achievement. Would love to join you one Saturday.

    Comment by Paul Lawrence — May 24, 2008 @ 7:57 am

  7. Gentlemen, Thanks to the Wall Street Journal article I have learned about your group.

    Comment by r p held — May 24, 2008 @ 8:05 am

  8. I read the article in the WSJ and just want to say thanks for doing what you do. You’re a great American! I have never understood how these anti-war protesters can possibly say they support the troops while at the same time not supporting what they do. The “blame America first” crowd seems to have forgotten (or chose to ignore) what happened on 9/11. The threat of radical Islam is real. If anyone wants to understand this threat and why it exists then please read the recently released NYT bestselling book “Infidel” by Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Ali gives a first hand account of her life growing up in North Africa in a muslim dominated region. She tells of the abuses inflicted on women and children and her own struggle with trying to understand why if Allah is the “most merciful and compassionate one that he calls for the beating of women and the murder of the unbelievers (infidels).
    Anyway – I could go on all day on these subjects but I’ll stop here and just say keep doing what you do. God bless our troops and happy memorial day!

    Comment by Jack Clough — May 24, 2008 @ 8:32 am

  9. I just read the article in the WSJ and I love what you are doing. You are a true leader and I’m proud that you represent the troops with dignity and respect because they well deserve it. I want to say Thank you to you and your group of proud Americans.

    Warmest Regards,

    Ken O’Hara

    Comment by Ken O'Hara — May 24, 2008 @ 9:13 am

  10. I read the article on the WSJ Online about your group and loved the response about the “vast right wing conspiracy”. I also appreciate your efforts to represent yourselves with dignity and hold your group to a higher standard than the people across the street.

    Comment by Dave Roffman — May 24, 2008 @ 10:18 am

  11. I read about you in the Wall Street Journal today and think what you are doing is great. It is really needed, too. Keep up the good work!

    Comment by Jim Unger — May 24, 2008 @ 12:43 pm

  12. Mr. Davis:

    I have today read about your group in the WSJ
    and I wanted to thank you for your service to
    our country and for remembering the servicemen
    and women who protect our country today.

    Best regards,
    Las Vegas, NV

    Comment by Keith A. Patterson — May 24, 2008 @ 2:17 pm

  13. Read about you in the WSJ today. Finally! Those antiwar protesters have been given a free ride, but they are basically cowards and when confronted they will melt into the background. Let’s keep this up. I’ll do what I can. I remember the way the American people hurt the Vietnam Vet BADLY by their antiwar hatred of them and vowed at the time I would do all in my power never to let an American vet not come a hero …ever again. And neither will you. Hooray for your courage to get this movement started. It is going to grow. The silent majority will come aboard. I will keep in touch with your activities. God bless America!

    Comment by Marian Lane — May 24, 2008 @ 2:35 pm

  14. I just read the news article in the early bird about Protesting the AntiWar Protestors. Let me say Thanks. I am an Afghan/Iraq Vet x 3 and currently serving in SE Asia. Keep up the good work and pass the good word about what we are really doing over seas and how we are helping everyone out. Semper Fi!

    Comment by James — May 24, 2008 @ 7:58 pm

  15. Hello: I read the article in the Wall Street Journal and wept; you have no idea how so many of us feel when reading such things. Or maybe you do. Do those people know that they are proving themselves our enemies’ friends? My oldest son is a Marine; my youngest will join the army next fall when he turns 18–he wants to be a Ranger. We taught them that they owe a debt to our wonderful country which has given them so much, and for which so many have given so much before we came along. Our daughters pay the same debt by respecting and appreciating our soldiers. God bless you every one for what you do. With all my heart, CHL–Alpine, Texas

    Comment by cornelia langridge — May 24, 2008 @ 9:40 pm

  16. I just read the article in the Wall Street Journal’s Weekend Edition (May 24-25, 2008). The article mentions that the Chester County Victory Movement hopes for a large turnout on Flag Day (June 14th). I would love to drive down that day and stand in support of our troops and their mission. Could somebody plese tell me where the groups meets and at what time?


    Comment by Adam H — May 25, 2008 @ 8:10 am

  17. Read WSJ article – great. I’m a Vietnam War Veteran (not a Vietnam War era Veteran) Live in a University City with few professors who never served (the old WWII professors are dead or retired – they were/are a class act) – We have our local peaceniks mostly a few college students – high school offspring of college professors or a bunch of 60-year olds trying to relive their anti-war youth. They are pathetic.

    Memorial Day should be interesting as is Veterans’ Day. I go out and see who has the flag displayed correctly – Three years ago only the university had it right – Not the Post Office, not City Hall, not the Department of Transporation not even the local American Legion. I wrote them all a letter with the correct method. Only the Amercian Legion did not respond!

    Keep up the good work


    ames, iowa

    Comment by jim olberding — May 25, 2008 @ 9:00 am

  18. Adam,

    2 N Main St, West Chester, PA Starts at 11 am but people are already there by 10:30 am.


    Comment by Raoul — May 25, 2008 @ 9:03 am

  19. Adam,

    There is a parking garage on High St, just south of Market on the west side. Free on the weekends.

    Comment by Raoul — May 25, 2008 @ 9:05 am

  20. Thanks so much! I plan on being there on June 14!


    Comment by Adam H — May 25, 2008 @ 10:14 am

  21. God bless you all! We stand shoulder to shoulder with you and salute you for being a voice for many of us who love and support our brave troops.

    Comment by Carol — May 25, 2008 @ 11:50 am

  22. Read about you in the WSJ. Great to hear the good work you’re doing! Keep it up! And I hope to join you sometime soon, as I’m only a few miles away!

    Malvern, PA

    Comment by John — May 25, 2008 @ 12:16 pm

  23. It really feels good to see someone standing up to America’s traitors.


    Comment by Alfred Sanford — May 25, 2008 @ 6:36 pm

  24. I just read the Wall Street Journal article. You should be very proud of what you are doing. I believe many Americans silently support the mission. It is great that you are doing so publicly.

    Comment by Steve — May 25, 2008 @ 7:00 pm

  25. Read about you in today’s Wall Street Journal. God bless you! If you were a little bit closer (I’m in NYC) I’d be out there every Saturday standing by your side!
    God bless!

    Comment by Frank Mancuso Jr. — May 25, 2008 @ 7:45 pm

  26. I also read about your group in the WSJ. Thank you for supporting America and our troops. I’ll stand with you when I come to Philly. God Bless you and America! Tom

    Comment by Tom Rawlinson — May 25, 2008 @ 8:29 pm

  27. Thank you.
    We really appreciate what you do.
    C Hastings, MSgt

    Comment by C Hastings — May 25, 2008 @ 9:35 pm

  28. Read and enjoyed the WSJ article. Are you aware of any pro-military organizations in the Detroit, MI area?

    Tom Morrissett

    Comment by Tom Morrissett — May 25, 2008 @ 11:32 pm

  29. Tom Morrissett,

    Checkout http://www.FreeRepublic.com, http://www.protestwarrior.com and http://www.gatheringofeagles.org

    If anyone’s doing something in the area, it would show up on one of those.

    Starting your own is an option. Email me at raouldeming@hotmail.com and I can pass along some information on how it’s been done. Or checkout the websites above and read about the ones they do and how they do it. A lot of counter protests are the result of people reading about others and applying what was read.

    Good luck.

    Comment by Raoul — May 26, 2008 @ 7:58 am

  30. Frank Mancuso Jr,

    The NYC chapter of GOE (http://www.gatheringofeagles.org) is very active. They go down to Times Square to either show some appreciation for the recruiters or even protect it from moonbats.

    They also organize some very effective protests against the moonbats on their turf.

    On that website, find the New York message board and join the fun.

    Comment by Raoul — May 26, 2008 @ 8:01 am

  31. Steve,

    “I believe many Americans silently support the mission.”

    Yes they do. The other side has been protesting for 40 years. It’s their Mardi Gras, it a social thing now. Our side is new to this and we’re not used to it. Thank God for those who bit their lip and decided to get out there and counter the aging hippies’ last hurrahs.

    Comment by Raoul — May 26, 2008 @ 8:04 am

  32. Thanks for all of the work you are doing. I am not signed up yet, but am planning on it when I graduate college in two years. It is reassuring to know there are those who still support the troops, and are willing to do so in public.

    Comment by Jason — May 26, 2008 @ 5:38 pm

  33. Wow, we are so blown away by all the people who have stopped by to visit our website.

    Your thoughtful words of support and encouragement mean so much to all of us.

    We’ve been moved and touched and honored that so many comments are coming from our beloved troops and their families.

    They are our greatest patriots. Know that we remain on watch for them, and we salute them in our own way, here in West Chester, PA.

    We hope to keep growing and influencing others to join us or start their own “victory” rallies.

    We hope as many of you as possible will join us on Saturday June 14 for our “Flag Day in West Chester”. The rally goes from 10:45AM – 12:15PM (please bring a flag if you can – we have extra if you don’t) followed by a “Flag Appreciation Party” at the Knights of Columbus Hall just down the street (where we will also salute our troops past and present and pay homage to the Army’s Birthday).

    Thanks again for your kind words and we hope we will see you at a rally someday, until then, we should all strive to be “Happy Warriors” as we support our troops any way we can.

    Rich Davis


    Comment by Rich Davis — May 26, 2008 @ 7:37 pm

  34. I was reading through the earlybird looking for articles to put in a weekly brief to the commanders of my unit. I came across a story that talked about how one man took it upon himself to fight on the home front. It told how one man was tired of seeing the soldiers of this country be disrespected. I just wanted to say that story, and this organization is what keeps me in the army. It’s what keeps me fighting. It reminds me that I cant give up on this country because the I know the people of this country wont give up on me. Thank you for all you have done.

    Comment by SPC Bryan A Petro — May 27, 2008 @ 12:46 pm

  35. I saw the article in today’s WSJ. Thank you for taking a stand in support of our country and in support of freedom. No country on earth has ever sacrificed as much blood and treasure to secure the freedom of others as the United States of America has. We should be proud of this. The people who think the United States is always wrong, and that we should all be ashamed to be Americans should not be the only ones getting attention and rallying support. Thank you for your dedication.

    Comment by Evan — May 27, 2008 @ 3:47 pm

  36. you guys do great work!
    keep it up.

    we live in a special country that continues to offer great opportunity for all. but there is a price to pay to sustain america. thank you for helping to pay that price.

    neil marmor

    Comment by neil marmor — May 28, 2008 @ 4:28 pm

  37. A Memorial Day to Remember:

    This was sent to me by an old Navy Shipmate. We served together 1961-1964 USS Carpenter DD 825




    A Memorial Day to Remember 2008

    By Doug Patton

    May 26, 2008

    This Memorial Day, I will remember the 4,435 Americans who died revolting against the tyranny of King George in the American Revolution.

    I will remember the 2,260 Americans who died fighting the British again in the War of 1812.

    I will remember the 13,283 Americans who died in the Mexican War.

    I will remember the 558,052 Americans, on both sides, who died in our bloodiest war, the war between the Union and the Confederacy.

    I will remember the 2,246 Americans who died in the Spanish-American War.

    I will remember the 116,708 Americans who died fighting German aggression in World War I.

    I will remember the 407,316 Americans who died defeating fascism in Europe and imperialism in the Pacific during World War II.

    I will remember the 33,651 Americans who died battling North Korea.

    I will remember the 58,168 Americans who died in Vietnam, including my best friend from high school, killed by a sniper in June of 1968, at the tender age of 20.

    I will remember the 293 Americans who died driving Saddam Hussein out of Kuwait during the Gulf War.

    I will remember the 2,464 Americans who were murdered by our Islamist enemies at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in a field in Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001.

    I will remember the 506 Americans who have died so far liberating and securing Afghanistan.

    I will remember the 4,081 Americans who have died liberating and securing Iraq.

    I will remember the simple words carved in stone at the Korean War Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, DC: “Freedom isn’t free.”

    I will remember those who have paid the price for that freedom, which I so often take for granted.

    I will remember that courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the willingness to act decisively in spite of fear.

    I will remember that there have always been far more tyrants than freely elected statesmen, and that brave Americans have had to pay the ultimate price to preserve liberty throughout our nation’s history.

    I will remember that the United States of America has always been a fragile experiment defended by ordinary men called upon to do extraordinary things in times of great peril.

    This Memorial Day weekend, many Americans will visit the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC. It took our nation far too long to erect and dedicate it, and many who served in that epic struggle are no longer here to see it. In fact, we are now losing the members of that generation, most of whom are now in their eighties, at a rate of more than 1,000 per day.

    There was never any adequate way for us to thank them for what they did. They never expected that we should. Like all those who have laid down their lives for freedom in all of America’s wars, they simply did what destiny called them to do. When their war was finished, those who survived returned home to resume their lives and stoically cope with the horrors they had seen.

    This Memorial Day, I will remember that even as the free nations of the world could have lost World War II, without the will to be victorious America could still lose the worldwide war on terror.

    As always, this year I will commemorate the sacrifice of my grandfather and my father, who served in World Wars I and II, respectively. They are now buried next to their beloved wives in a small cemetery on a hilltop surrounded by rolling farmland in Montgomery County in Southwest Iowa.

    I will remember their service, and the noble lives they led after returning home. I will remember that they helped to preserve a legacy of freedom and opportunity for those of us who came after them.

    This Memorial Day, I will remember those who sacrificed to protect my God-given rights.


    © Copyright 2008 by Doug Patton


    Doug Patton is a freelance columnist who has served as a political speechwriter and public policy advisor. His weekly columns are published in newspapers across the country and on selected Internet web sites, including Human Events Online, TheConservativeVoice.com and GOPUSA.com, where he is a senior writer and state editor. Readers may e-mail him at dougpatton@cox.net.

    Comment by Richard Brooks — May 28, 2008 @ 9:03 pm

  38. This is amazing and emotional. Thank you for sharing it on our site.

    Comment by LadySheepdog — May 29, 2008 @ 7:17 am

  39. Great article in the Wall St.Journal. I too stand out against anti-war protestors every Saturday in Greenfield,MA from 11-12,every Monday in Wilbraham, Mass and twice a month in West Springfield, MA. Unfortunately, many times I stand alone, but you have inspired me to keep up the fight despite the odds. May God bless you and God bless America.

    Comment by Richard Sorcinelli — June 12, 2008 @ 8:46 pm

  40. Hi, has anyone been able to logon to Gyn Sgt. Jonathan Jenkins blog or heard from him within the last two weeks?

    Comment by Jenn — August 29, 2008 @ 4:54 pm

  41. I had received an email yesterday from Gy Sgt. Jenkins letting me know that he was encouraged strongly to take his blog down. Thought I would pass along this information just in case any one was wondering. Have a Great Labor Day.

    Comment by Jenn — September 1, 2008 @ 2:10 pm

  42. Is there a group like yours in Montgomery County? If so where? We were out to one of your rallies and it was great, we will be there again, but we live in Montgomery County and was just wondering if there was something similiar in this County.

    Comment by Ginny Jeffries — October 25, 2008 @ 11:06 am

  43. I have been reading some of your posts on Obiter Dictum and noticed you were from the area. I live 7 miles down the road from you and have some experience with West Chester. Keep up the great work and hopefully I’ll be able to join you at your next get-together to support the soldiers and the country! Sincerely, Valerie

    Comment by Valerie — December 22, 2008 @ 3:42 am

  44. My fiancee and I met you at the Glenn Beck book signing in exton this evening and would like to tell you how thankful we are that you patriots are out there getting the message seen and heard no matter the opposition at times. I am happy to inform you that we (David Y. and Kelley L.) would love to join you during your next rally and help combat our enemies both foreign and domestic. Unfortunately i could never lay claim to a noble sacrifice such as service due to family responsibilities throughout my life. We are not crazy, we are not exteremists, we are not racists, but we ARE concerned for the safety of lady liberty and all of her noble, respectful and caring children in all of us. Please contact me daveyoder85@gmail.com b/c i would like to further discuss some insight into which others such as yourselves and your constituants can understand and sympathize with. I am a hard working American who only wants best for my future and current family and friends. Although i am only 24, i believe that i can contribute as an important individual, just like yourselves.


    David Yoder

    God Bless America

    Comment by Dave Yoder — October 1, 2009 @ 10:38 pm

  45. I attended your rallys last summer and it was great knowing that people care about our troops. As a mother who’s son CWO 3 Joseph Scarpill US Army served 5 tours in Iraq, your support meant alot to me and my family. Thank You!! And I’ll be back again this year.

    Comment by Maryann & Joe — May 13, 2010 @ 5:06 pm

  46. Hi, my name is Evan Mark. I found your website from Jihadwatch.org, and thought I’d shoot you an email!

    I am a long-time contributor of Jihad watch, including as a Jihad Watch “agent”
    ( http://www.jihadwatch.org/2010/10/-reza-delivered-a-whitewashed.html ) and would consider Robert Spencer a personal friend of mine.

    Look, I know you must receive a lot of trash and spam in your inbox (I know I do), but I can assure you that these are worth seeing.

    The first is only 5 minutes, and I know your viewers would be thrilled to see it on your website, and I would be honored for it to be featured there!

    Film 1: “A brave new world”

    Film 2: “The Taliban: The TRUTH about the war in Afghanistan.”

    You can learn more about me here:

    Also, I have a team that can do cartoons and can also promote books with cartoons. If you have a book or are in need of promoting one online, let me know! I’m sure I can help.

    Merry Christmas, and happy new year.

    Your new friend,

    Comment by Evan Mark — December 29, 2010 @ 12:01 am

  47. Thank you. I’m a 13 year member of the USAF and my husband is an Army 1SG. It’s people like you that show me that there is hope for humanity.

    Comment by Jenny — September 6, 2011 @ 9:12 am

  48. Hello and Happy Thanksgiving.
    Thanks for all you do. I am a member of Warrior’s Watch and the West Chester Tea Party and appreciate your work.
    I have a blogsite and was wondering if it would be something you would like to list under your “Blog Roll”
    See if you think this would be a fit. I am trying to get the word out on various things relative to policy and what needs to be done to save the country.

    Blessings to you and yours this holiday season…
    David Yamarick

    Comment by David Yamarick — November 19, 2012 @ 5:59 pm

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