Sunday, March 22, 2009

My prayers and thoughts
are for all that wear the
Badge and Serve everyday.


  1. Nice post, Admiral. There are four families across the S.F. Bay from me who can use those prayers right now...

  2. So right. Not enough people show respect and gratitude towards the police. Heck, they're the ones putting themselves in the line of danger. The very least we can do is to pray for them.

  3. We are very fortunate to have men and women who put their lives at risk,for not much pay,in a mostly thankless job.I'm proud to be friends with several officers,in our area,and always make a point of telling them how valuable their friendship and service is to us. God bless them all. Now if the judicial system would stop releasing the human feces back into society,all our lives would benefit,and law enforcement would be a lot safer.

  4. Anonymous19:57

    My wife put her life on the line for years as a Chicago cop. She's had numerous broken bones and has been shot once. People don't get it nor do they try.
    In Israel every citizen does 2 years of mandatory service in the military. I think in this country we ought to have 2 years mandatory service either to the military, police or fire including a basic training.

  5. Amen. Our hearts are heavy at the news of the unbelievable loss in Oakland.

    One of the saddest and most stirring events you can go to is the public funeral of an LEO who was killed in the line of duty. The love and support that pours forth from thousands of brother officers is astounding.

  6. Anonymous21:58

    Thank God for these Brave Men and Women!

  7. Anonymous09:07

    I think your blog is great..Thank you for being here to say what NEEDS to be said! I'm with you all the way.


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