Monday, October 09, 2006

MO State Rep. Jason Brown: Another Credible National Leader for America

Operation Yellow Elephant salutes Missouri State Representative Jason Brown (R-District 30, in Platte City and NW Missouri, east of Leavenworth, Kansas), as a Real American and credible leader of our governing party.

State Rep. Brown is a Staff Sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserve currently serving in Iraq, where he was wounded, though not extremely seriously, earlier this month.

Operation Yellow Elephant wishes State Rep. Brown, his family and his constituents all the best, including a safe return home when his mission is accomplished.


At 10 October, 2006 08:59, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good job Mr. Brown.

Hey General I don't know how to contact you but Raj is running for congress

when he loses I think people should let him know other ways he can serve his country.

At 10 October, 2006 14:42, Blogger Karl said...


Raj seems like a real American!

I'll see if I can send him some love and maybe he'll be the first candidate to get our non-partisan pseudo-endorsement!

At 10 October, 2006 18:02, Blogger Blue Girl, Red State said...

Representative Brown lives one county up from me. He has been moved from the field hospital in Iraq to a hospital in, I believe Kuwait to have the bullet removed from his lung. I wrote about him when it happened late last week.

Last Friday at 1:30 p.m. a press conference was held in Platte City (Rep. Brown represents Platte City in Platte County) and no radio station or TV station covered it. There is war support for ya. They all run those disgusting "Progress for America" ads though.

At 10 October, 2006 22:34, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I applaud Jason Brown and thank him for his service.

At 11 October, 2006 02:40, Blogger robash141 said...

SSG Brown one of the few Republicans whose opinion I would respect about Iraq..

At 11 October, 2006 11:21, Blogger Blue Girl, Red State said...

Well, I opened the KC Star this morning and on the front page of the "Local" sectino was a photo of Rep. Brown hugtging his family at Kansas City International.

He is home on a 30-day convalescent leave.

At 13 October, 2006 02:00, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure he is all for bringing the troops immediately. I bet he believes in the mission while all of you think it serves no purpose.

At 13 October, 2006 11:18, Blogger Karl said...


We do believe in the mission.

We just want to see the national political leadership of our country, specifically, our governing party, also to believe in the mission.

The best way for said national political leadership to show that they really do believe in the mission is for them to encourage their eligible relatives and friends, their circles of influence, to volunteer for military service in that same mission.

The most credible leaders lead from the front, not the rear.


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