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Little girl’s Christmas wish granted

Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on December 10, 2008

I saw this the other night on The O’Reilly Factor and had to share it with you. Of all the things little Kensley could have asked Santa for, one of the two things she wanted was her dad. As an Army brat, this video brought a tear to my eye. I am happy that she will be able to spend a few days with her father.

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One Response to “Little girl’s Christmas wish granted”

  1. military said

    On the other hand, it brings to mind all of the kids who won’t get to spend any time with a parent because they’re off fighting a war that most people seem to have forgotten is even going on.

    (that’d be for two reasons, people don’t seem to care anymore and the media is absolutely not covering it like the ought to)

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