TulsaGrandma77, 5/24/2008 - 3:28pm "I really enjoyed the article about Mr. Eisenberger and it is very evident that he really cares, and the fact that he's not another lawyer or career politician focused on self, is an added bonus. It was nice to see that he was raised by his Grandmother, and having raised grandchildren of my own, I am very proud that he would place the focus of his past on her. I look forward to knowing more about him and voting for him later this summer.
I'm disturbed after reading the comment left by a reader who stated that Mr. Eisenberger "might want to walk in those combat boots for real in order to gain a legitimate appreciation for the words service and sacrafice". Is it required for a person to personally serve in combat before they can feel the pain of sacrafice and service? What about the mothers and fathers and spouses, not to mention the children who loose soldiers to combat, whether in time or in death? Do they not feel the sacrafice? The loss of a member of family to military service is an event shared by every member of the soldier's family, and can last a lifetime. I thank you for letting us all know about Candidate Eisenberger and I personally wish him every success in the Oklahoma Senate, which if his published words are any indication, he is indeed headed for."
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