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White US Marine, Purple Heart, his favorite songs

Since my husband commit suicide, and his last words were “Ther is no help for the White male, and I’ll kill myself and show ‘them’ it sis about men and not money.’  He was trying to say, I suppose, that our ‘men’ needed to become ‘men’ again, and not just throw money at problems.
I’m assembling a short biography about him for the new Purple Heart Hall of Fame, in New York, and will put the following in there.  My husband wrote ‘2’ autobiographies about what it was like to be White and homless on the streets of Chicago. Obama was helping all the blacks, the racist that he is, just look on Wikipedia and you will find that all his commjunity organizer work was done in all black neighborhoods.  Mayor Daley was importing plenty of illegal Mexicans to rebuild his city, and Chicago is the #2 city of Mexicans in the US following L.A.  But, the White war heroes were left to live like White rats in the underground streets of Wacker Drive like nothing more than a rodent not a man.  I’m sure the manuscripts he wrote were stolen intentionally because the powers that be didn’t want anyone to know that the White man is endangered of extinction and total intentional degeneration in order to steal the USA, the country White men built, maintained, and shed their blood for for over 400 years!
Just writing the biographical part of my husband’s life and his favorite music.  You’ll really love this home singer singing Mike’s favorite song with his Confederate guitar!  I’m sending this version to the Purple Heart Museum, for the Southerns should have gotten Purple Hearts too, as they seemed to have been forced into war, as Germany was.
It really explains our relationship, for I never ‘nagged him, or berated him, or beat him like my Mama did when Daddy did these things:  for his drinking, drugging, smoking, gambling, and womanizing.  And that was a hard thing for me since I saw my Mama do it and do it frequently.  I used patience and I can only thank God, because humanly I was capable of the opposite.  I’m so glad I can look back and made the choices I did and can write comfortably about it.  He was also capable of domestic violence as he beat his former girlfriend.  He never laid a hand on me…. until the end, when the 17 year old hussy gave him the ‘ultimatum.’ (After 14 years of marriage.)  It was the lawyers fault too.  They knew we had $20,000.00 in the bank back in 1983, that we never touched during our whole marriage.  The lawyers, (Jewish-style) made sure that every cent was in both of their pockets, and then it ended. It wasn’t just “our” marriage, for I talked to many singles at singles dances and they were ready to pull their hair out, both men and women about to be divorced, and the maltreatment of their attorneys. And of they sought other attorneys, the next attorneys were worse than the first ones.  This is a conspiracy.  And it breaks the White couple and family apart, just one more piece of this puzzle of our demise.
A long time forgotten the dreams that just fell by the way
The good life he promised ain’t what she’s livin’ today
But she never complains of the bad times
Or the bad things he’s done, lord
She just talks about the good times they’ve had
And all the good times to come(She’s a good hearted woman in love with a good timin’ man)
She loves him in spite of his ways she don’t understand
(With teardrops & laughter they pass through this world hand in hand)
(A good hearted woman, lovin’ a good timin’ man)

He likes the bright lights and night life and good time friends
And when the party’s all over she’ll welcome him back home again
Lord knows she don’t understand him but she does the best that she can
A-this good hearted woman, lovin’ a good timin’ man

(key change up)

(She’s a good hearted woman in love with a good timin’ man)
(She loves him in spite of his ways she don’t understand)
(With teardrops & laughter they pass through this world hand in hand)
A good hearted woman, lovin’ a good timin’ man

(She’s a good hearted woman in love with a good timin’ man)
She loves him in spite of his ways she don’t understand
(With teardrops & laughter they pass through this world hand in hand)
A good hearted woman, lovin’ a good timin’ man

Here is another song, Mike liked “Go Your Own Way,” by Fleetwood Mac, and Stevie Nix.
If you like guitar music and pretty blonde women like Mike liked, I think you will enjoy this version.

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