Dear Jonathan Isaac,

The hardest thing to do is never what everyone else is doing, not what is acceptable, predictable, or popular. When you stood for the national anthem on July 31 you knew he would be ostracized by your peers, blasted by critics, and challenged by the media. Yet you still stood. On July 31 you knew to some you would become the enemy, but to me, you became a hero. You would sacrifice his career, your friends, and the respect you earned. his freedom of speech trumped your desire for success, money, and popularity.

You are my Hero!

Sincerely , James Callaghan

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