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January 31, 2008

Say What? Military Near Top of the 'Prestigious' Career Heap

My latest at FamilySecurityMatters.org:

Duty, honor and country refer to the giving of yourself for something greater than you are. You may earn a few medals on the way but in the end, joining the military and, in the event that you become an officer, leading your uniformed legions into battle in defense of your country and its ideals, putting yourself in harms way means a lot more to most Americans than how many Oscars or Pulitzer prizes are collecting dust on your mantel.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 08:44 AM | Comments (4) | TrackBack (0) | FSM

This doesn't suprise me one bit. Almost without exception, every officer I have met has been a person of substance and quality (specially ARMY officers) - sorry that was a shameless plug. Seems the professions held up as the standard by the left; actors, teachers, politicos... as the folks that are always getting in trouble.

Posted by: NewtownMark at January 31, 2008 05:28 PM

Newtown -- reading the first paragraph of Pam's article shows that teachers are among those who are considered to have very great prestige. Since when are actors, techers, politicos held as the standard by the left, anyway? I guess maybe I don't understand your comment.

That said, I totally agree with the top-5 list, including military officers.

Posted by: Ro at January 31, 2008 06:57 PM

They deserve all of the prestige because they EARN it. Great stuff as always, Pam!

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