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SFC Randy Trujillo
SFC Randy Trujillo
10 mo
Thank you RallyPoint
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SPC Andy Diaz
SPC Andy Diaz
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Thank you so much
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PO3 Shayne Seibert
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I'd really like to meet Abraham Lincoln.
He started with nothing, built a life and reached the pinnacle of politics. Recognized that slavery was an evil that had to be ended. Put the country back together after the war and was killed for being a great leader. The great Orator that could enshroud all who listened.
Leadership at its finest.
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And he continued his work, despite the loss of three sons. All that he did, and to me those are greatest challenges he overcame.
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SSgt Raymond Rounds
SSgt Raymond Rounds
12 mo
He masterfully choose a cabinet comprised of, for the most part, political rivals that would eventually bond and come to respect Lincoln for his character and leadership. They were of great value to the president as he led The nation through the civil war. Recommend The book "Team of Rivals: The political genius of Abraham Lincoln" by Doris Kearns Goodwin. My favorite book on the Lincoln presidency.
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Maj Dave Kolbaska
Maj Dave Kolbaska
12 mo
Agree whole hardily. someone that had that vision that he did and understood the resistance he would face. yes meeting special people like Albert Einstein would be great, Lincoln stood out as a leader in so many ways.
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SPC James Neidig
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There Are 2 People I Would Love To Go Back In Time To Spend Some Time With.
My Father’s Mother ! She Passed Away When I Was 10 , I Would Like To Speak With Her About How She Grew Up On A Reservation And Lived The Traditional Native American Lifestyle, I Didn’t Learn Enough From Her As A Child.
Most Important I Would Love To Meet Jesus Christ And Thank Him For What His Life And Death Will Mean To The World , I Will See Him Someday And Will Thank Him Then.
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Sgt Ron Vincent
Sgt Ron Vincent
11 mo
I hope most people give the same response and I hope you win the grand prize. Faith and family are the most important things civilization needs right now.
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SPC James Neidig
SPC James Neidig
11 mo
Sgt Ron Vincent
One Of The Greatest Traditions In Native American Culture Is To Learn From And Respect The Elders, My Grandmother Was Born In 1890 And Was Taught Both The Old and New Ways Of Living, I Do Remember Some Things She Taught Me But As A Child I Wish I Would Have Paid More Attention.
I Have Tried To Pass On My Knowledge Of Life And Religious Beliefs On To My Children And Grandchildren .
When We Are Going Through The Worst Times Of Our Life The Only Things We Have Left Are Faith And Family
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SPC Scott Vincent
SPC Scott Vincent
11 mo
Well said James. TBH, I did not read anyones reply until I wrote mine and I too chose Abraham Lincoln, but your commentary was much better than mine.
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A1C Christopher Moseley
A1C Christopher Moseley
11 mo
I too would like to meet Jesus. Great answers.
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