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We hope he gets well soon.

Best wishes,
Joan Bachman
Chester Blynn
Hazlet, N.J.

Dear Mr. President,

I have heard personal accounts of your heroic actions in WWII. I admire you for your actions and feel grateful that America has men like you to defend our country.

You did brave things as President, and I admire that you did what you knew was right for America both in Iraq and addressing issues here on our own soil.

In your years of private life, I have admired your zest for life. I thought the airplane jumps were a little risky, but then much of your life has been lived that way. Above all, I admire the love that you have expressed, so openly, for your family.

Being honored with the Medal of Freedom is a big thank you for your service from all of America, and I am proud that we have a way to honor great Americans.

My thoughts and prayers are with you, and I look forward to the news report on your return home with Barbara.

Kindest regards,
Mary Britton

Dear Mr. President,

My wife and I sincerely hope and pray for your complete recovery. We appreciate your leadership qualities as an example for all of us to strive to archive.

Randy and Georgianne Frank
Fairbanks, Alaska

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