Have you perhaps noticed, no way to miss it, that politicians always call themselves public servants. Servants, that for some obscure reason seem to always need one of their underlings, to introduce them before each speaking event to tell us uninformed peons, what great public servants they are. These so-called defenders of Liberty and Freedom, or whatever they choose to call themselves; are in fact, little more than blood-sucking leeches living off the sweat and toil of others. Of course, on a rare occasion, their will appear that face in the crowd. The face of a true leader and dedicated public servant who will put the people above his selfish personal interest. As I said, such a person is rare and finding him behind the microphone and teleprompter is akin to finding Jason's Golden Fleece. On the other hand, one doesn't have to look far to find the true leaders---the men and women who wear the uniform of the United States of America. Quite sadly, these men and women are subservient to their masters in Washington. Masters, who for the most part, are unworthy to lick their boots. Too bad, the Constitution doesn't require military service as a prerequisite to holding public office. Perhaps then we would have leaders that would really be sincere when they pay homage to our troops and not just give them the lip service the public demands.