I always got the premiere job assignments in the Navy then went to law school fully expecting to rise to great prominence where I would then make correct decisions for the nation. But I soon fell on my face with substance abuse – forever slamming the door on that delusion of mine. But I’ve since discovered that the world is very tiny place, where anyone anywhere can make a positive impact on their fellow man – and in particular this nation. Every bit of American class and correct action counts in this nation. So buck up and be a great American every chance you get. The greatest Americans of all weren’t George Washington and President Lincoln. They were the millions of nameless men who came home in body bags – or in wheel chairs. Don’t sell yourself short. The American actions we take may seem like a game of pennies – but as we all know – pennies add up. Be the greatest American You can be! And God bless all true Americans – those who weep with trembling jaws at the sound of our National Anthem!