Thursday, October 12, 2006

Welcome Home, MO State Rep. Jason Brown

Operation Yellow Elephant welcomes home Missouri State Rep. Jason Brown, who is on 30-day convalescent leave after being shot in Iraq, where he has been serving as a Staff Sergeant in the Army Reserve. State Rep. Brown is clearly a credible national leader for America.

We also salute his opponent in next month's election, Mr. Jared Welch, who is a member of the Missouri Air National Guard and has served since 1995. Currently, he serves in the judge advocate general corps. Clearly, this district, centered around Platte City north of Kansas City and east of Leavenworth, Kansas, is producing more than its share of credible national leaders.


At 14 October, 2006 13:20, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now that guy is a real man. I gotta say. He becomes state rep, he goes to Iraq anyway. There is a man with a sense of duty to his country! He has tasted what it's like to be in the war! He has seen the horror! When he makes decisions on war, he knows what he's talking about!

Better than all the whiny crows in congress who flap around and squawk all day but nothing else! Hmph, we need more real americans in congress. Not little plastic puppets that big business puts up to bat. I'm talking about real. hardcore. americans. Ones who grew up with, understand the issues of, and love their country; I do wish we'd get rid of all those assholes who just care about aspiration and power.

At 14 October, 2006 16:03, Blogger Karl said...


Our Government works for the American people.

The next performance review takes place November 7.

At 15 October, 2006 00:59, Blogger robash141 said...

I think that the fact that he went there as an NCO makes him even better in my estimation.

I'm glad there are still people in power who will stand up for what they believe

At 15 October, 2006 15:05, Anonymous AMH2 Conn said...

Me too!
Wonder if either of them would be intrested in moving to Minnesota?
Need more like them.
Hear that College Republicans?
Probably not....

At 16 October, 2006 13:50, Anonymous Samwise Galenorn said...

And now, for the hard part: making sure that he and the other members of the American military don't have to go back to Iraq because of a lie. Making sure that the other American military members in Iraq come home where they belong.


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