Want to do something good and patriotic for one of our brave soldiers this Christmas? Keep reading and I’ll tell you how.
Lots of readers watched Fox & Friends this morning and e-mailed about the disgusting greeting card a wounded soldier received while hospitalized at Walter Reed Army Hospital. Thanks to reader Shari for taking these cell phone camera shots of the card displayed by co-host Brian Kilmeade:
The card front, decorated with patriotic and holiday stamps, was deceptively innocuous:
But take a look at what was inside:
Yes, that’s right. It says “P.S. DIE” in the lower right-hand corner.
According to Kilmeade, who visited Walter Reed on Friday, a US Army soldier named Joshua Sparling received the death wish while recovering from a gunshot wound he received in Ramadi, Iraq. It’s the only Christmas card he received. Fox & Friends is urging you to counter the hate by sending your thanks and good wishes to Sparling.
Source: Michelle Malkin
Disgusting, isn’t it? Two Babes and a Brain has another, larger photo of the card. For someone to send something like that is downright nasty and evil. Here’s hoping that whoever sent it has a small place in Hell reserved.
I say that we all send Joshua Sparling a Christmas card. Better yet, take a few minutes to write him a note, thanking him for his service to this country, and stick THAT in the Christmas card. Let’s show him that what he’s doing is honorable and that we appreciate it.
c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center
6900 Georgia Avenue N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20307-5001