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December 5, 2005

Send a Card to Joshua Sparling Today

December 5, 2005 | By | 3 Comments

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Wow. This is just a jaw-dropper.

Lisa from Two Babes and a Brain was at Walter Reed this weekend and took a picture with a camera-phone of this card that had been sent to one of our soldiers, recovering from a gunshot wound that he got fighting for our country in Iraq.

Even if it’s a fake, and some adult wrote it to look like a kid did it, still. . .how horrible.

Michelle Malkin provides Joshua’s address:

Joshua Sparling

c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center

6900 Georgia Avenue N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20307-5001

Jack used to work Walter Reed when he was in medical sales and he says our soldiers need our cards and visits. . .

UPDATE: Here are the names of other wounded soldiers at Walter Reed, from Brian Kilmeade of Fox News, via Michelle Malkin:

Capt. James Ollinger

Sgt. Zavian Simspon

Specialist Brian Radke

Specialist Jason Braase

Sgt. David Nevins

Sgt. Jose Ramos

Cpl. Todd Bishop

Sgt. Ryan Donnelly

Sgt. Eva Diane Cochran

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  1. Send a Card to Joshua Sparling Today

    Cross-posted from Reasoned Audacity. Wow. This is just a jaw-dropper. Lisa from Two Babes and a Brain was at Walter Reed this weekend and took a picture with a camera-phone of this card that had been sent to one of…

  2. Send a Card to Joshua Sparling Today

    Cross-posted from Reasoned Audacity. Wow. This is just a jaw-dropper. Lisa from Two Babes and a Brain was at Walter Reed this weekend and took a picture with a camera-phone of this card that had been sent to one of…

  3. Dale Gibson

    This is a message for Mr. Sparling: God bless you for your service and sacrifice for our nation. Even if some stupid little liberal teacher allowed that brat to send that card, (we were appalled) know that we here in Wyoming have nothing but the greatest respect for you and your companions. As a former soldier, I salute you and admire your exceptional and selfless service to preserve our way of life. Again, God Bless you. We keep you in our prayers.

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