Thursday, June 6, 2024

Why we fought.

Some numbers to consider on June 6, 2024, the 80th anniversary of D-Day:

75 million: the number of people who died during WWII.

420,000: the number of American casualties during WWII.

5,000: the number of American soldiers wounded on D-Day.

2,501: the number of American soldiers who died on D-Day.

151: the number of days until Election Day. 

Remember those who fought and died on that beach in Normandy, France, when you vote on November 5, 2024. Some of us envision an America more closely aligned with the values we fought against from 1941 – 1945 than those we fought to save.