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A Poem by Veteran and Lexington Activist George Hardee

Mr. George Hardee is an 85 year old veteran of World War II. He was wounded on the battlefield of France near St. Lo on June 29, 1944. He almost died on the battlefield but for the Grace of God his life was spared. He was in an Army hospital for over 16 months.

Mr. Hardee nearly gave his life for this country and now he is trying to save it once again from people who do not follow the constitution which he took an oath to uphold.

I Am A Soldier

I am a soldier. Here I stand.

I am a soldier in the army for America.
I stand on the rock of the constitution as set forth in Article 4, Section 4.

I am a soldier. Here I stand.

I am committed to the political battle in defense of that Constitution.
I will do my best to help secure the blessings of liberty for all citizens.

I am a soldier. Here I stand.

I am not a baby. I do not need to be pampered, petted, primed up, pumped up, picked up or pepped up.

I do not need to be cuddled, cared for or catered to.

No one has to send me flowers, gifts, food, cards, candy or give me handouts.
No one has to call me, write me, visit me, entice me or lure me.

I am a soldier. Here I stand.

I am not a wimp. I am committed.

I cannot have my feelings hurt bad enough to turn me around.
I cannot be discouraged enough to turn me aside. I cannot lose enough to make me quit.

If I am called to serve in this army, I may have nothing.
If I end up with nothing, I will still come out a winner,

I will always triumph, for I am more than a conqueror.

I am a soldier. Here I stand.

Disappointment cannot defeat me. People cannot disillusion me. Weather cannot beat me. Even death cannot destroy me.

Battles cannot beat me. Money cannot buy me. Governments cannot silence me.

I am a soldier in the army for America. The Lord Jesus Christ is my Commanding Officer.

I will not give up. I will not turn around.

I am soldier, marching heavenward. Here I stand fit to fight. Let the enemy come!