Courtesy of the Samaritan's Purse website:
The veterans participating in the Operation Heal Our Patriots project this week are suffering with a variety of injuries and health issues, including an amputation, shrapnel to the back, traumatic brain injury, and post-traumatic stress disorder. (Gee, you would have thought they had suffered enough, but nope they still had to hear Palin speak.)
Palin and Meyer commended them for their service to our nation.
“I can’t think of any place I’d rather be than here with some of America’s finest heroes,” Palin said. “You and your spouses have sacrificed so much for this country. My oldest son is in the military and I know that it is not easy on the soldier or the spouse when the deployment is finished.
“That’s why a ministry like Samaritan Purse’s Operation Heal our Patriots is needed so badly. Marriage is inherently challenging, and the stress of military service can add to that.”
Palin encouraged the soldiers and their spouses to keep a firm commitment to their marriage, and never give up on each other.
“This week, you’re going to learn the process for your marriage to endure the tough times,” she said, “and have the tools to make it work. You have to give all over to God and put it in His hands. Keep your souls open to Him. It will change your life.”
So Sarah Palin is giving folks advice on keeping a marriage strong?
What did she suggest, separate houses and an iron clad legal agreement?
Palin also dragged Dakota along to give her that military cred which her girlfriend beating son simply refuses to provide.
Of course that was yesterday when they were working to buoy up the Palin mythology 2.0, and then today arrived and we all got to reminisce about the day when the truth about the family oozed into the public's consciousness.
The article only quotes Meyer as saying this:
“No matter how many deployments you have, you come back from battle a changed person,” he said. “Take the time here to work together, and you can leave with a better marriage.”
However on his Facebook page the other day Dakota had a more pointed idea of what might make a marriage stronger.
Gee I can't imagine what might have inspired him to post that.
After all by all accounts his new wife has had a handle on the whole sex part of marriage for quite a number of years now. It's the providing sex ONLY to her partner that always seemed to be the issue.
Once again, from what I hear.