I am proud to be a citizen of a country whose President - of any political persuasion - stands in memory for us all.

The comments on the photo's original site are very frustrating. I just added my own. it will engender heat, i imagine, and then fade into the noise being generated by some. But this image is too important to be dragged into thoughtlessness. I happen to be a Rabbi for Obama, but that's not the reason I "liked" this photo on Facebook. I am proud to be a citizen of a country whose President - of any political persuasion - stands in memory for us all.

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