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Blue-Collar Strong

September 2, 2013

Labor Day. It is one odd duck of a holiday. We take a day off to grill, go to an airshow, spend time with the family, or hunt. Then we return to work feeling sluggish and wanting more time off. Today is to honor the blue-collar workers. That is more of an irony because many of them cannot take the day off.

So here is to the blue-collar workers out there! To our police and firefighters – thank you for taking care of us today! Those in the armed forces – be safe! Ranchers and farmers – we appreciate your hard work for the food we will be eating today. For all the welders, plumbers, bricklayers, steel workers – and all those other hardworking jobs I cannot list here – have a wonderful day off and thank you for making this country great. Below is a little video for you to watch.

If you know someone who needs to be recognized as one of Americas hard-working blue-collar workers today, feel free to respond to this post and recognize them. Happy Labor Day!

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