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Happy Veterans Day Quotes: From Real Housewives to LeBron James!

Veterans do a great service to our country, risking life and limb to keep us strong, safe and stable. Veterans Day aka Remembrance Day, is a time to honor the selfless service that these men and women have given to our country.

People who have a much, much, easier job being professional celebrities, actors or athletes, recognize the importance of this call to duty. And on this day, Veterans Day, they are going to their Twitter to pay homage to our countries heroes. See who said what from Real Housewives to Lance Armstrong to LeBron James!

Lance Armstrong
Happy Veterans Day. Thank you to all the fine young men and women who have served this great country. You’re all heroes.

LeBron James
Happy Veterans Day!!!!

Melissa Joan Hart
Thanks to the selfless bravery of the men and women who defended and protected our lives, our freedom and our Rights as Americans!

Dina Manzo (Real Housewives of New Jersey)
Thankful for the Veterans (today & everyday) that serve and have served our country. Bless them~ Starting the day with my #gratefultweet

Countess LuAnn
(Real Housewives of New York City)
Thank you to all the brave men and women Veterans! Freedom isn’t free and I appreciate your sacrifice and the sacrifice of your families.

Caroline Manzo
Thank u to all who served past & present to keep Us safe & free. God Bless you & God bless America

John Wall
Happy Veterans Day!!! God Bless those who are serving and who has served for our Country…Keeping us Safe!!!

Mariel Hemingway
Just saying #thankyou for everyone who has put me on your #twitter #listed honored..

Denise Richards
Good morning! Happy Veteran’s Day!

Sinbad
Happy veterans day to all my fellow vets

Mark Hoppus
Veteran’s Day. Respect and thanks to the men and women who served. Both past and present. To those still in harm’s way, come home soon.

Bryan Adams
It’s Remembrance Day in Canada and the Commonwealth. Take a moment to appreciate the men and women that fought for our freedom.

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