Sunday, September 11, 2016

SHOW-ME MISSOURI SECSTATE CAMPAIGN FOR SENATE NOTE: JASON KANDER PENS PERSONAL 9/11 ANNIVERSARY LETTER!!!



In a close campaign for Missouri Senate, it's important to share the latest campaign message from Kansas City's favorite political son who offers a personal bit of writing on today's tragic anniversary.

The hand crafted tribute letter looks as if it's out of the Pearl Jam liner notes, to be fair it seems heartfelt and didn't come with a donation request that accompanies nearly every campaign message.

Money line . . .

"I'll never forget what it means to truly stand a post . . . "

Take a look at the note in its entirety:



You decide . . .

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I will vote for him!

Anonymous said...

I am voting for him, but he won't beat Eddie Munster.

Anonymous said...

I didn't have to wait until the 9/11 attacks to know that I wanted to serve my country. I served 29 years in the Army, including a year in Iraq, a year in Afghanistan, and 6 months in Kuwait.

But you know what - that doesn't validate my political stance any more than it does his. I'm voting against him because he's on the wrong side of the issues, and because I'll never support anyone who supports Hillary Clinton.

Anonymous said...

This veteran worship with the flag & anthem nonsense is like a religion.

Pledging allegiance is exactly like praying to God, except God is not an American.

Anonymous said...

But does he wear a flag lapel pin?

Because that's how you can tell if a politician is a real patriot.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate his service. I bet he was a bootlicking future politician type reservist that never came close to harm except for photos. More photo-ops than Special-Ops.

Anonymous said...

Typical self-serving politics. I I I I. Me me me me. I'm so wonderful. Let me use 9/11 to remind you of that... I'll vote for him, because he's still better than the alternative, but I wish he'd spared the world this letter to himself.

Anonymous said...

f'g garbage. Boy Jason' been planning his political career for a long time.

Anonymous said...

My neighbor while growing up got a silver star in WW II. Never knew it until I saw it on his grave marker. That is class, something Kander should learn.