No need to comment, Just a Good July 4 Dinner Topic**Edit**
My DH is a retired military and he just came in and said he is no longer sure what he was fighting for, and injured for, during his time in the service. That the country values that we were raised with, believed in, and our founding fathers fought and died for are no longer here. With our constructional rights trying to be taken away, openly and secretly, what does July 4th mean to you? Is it still giving honor to those who died giving us our freedom or just another day off of work? Please don't get me wrong we 100% support our troops were ever they may be today! (Our middle son is serving in Afghanistan right now).
**Edit ** Last night I ask the kids in my family what dose July 4th mean to them. The younger ones said getting to stay up late to see fireworks, the older kids said it's the country's birthday. The most shocking answer came from an adult. "It's just one more day that thousands of people willingly gather as a very large crowd to make it easier for terrorist to attack......."