|Purple Heart, the kind given to Granny for her son, Cecil|
So I says to him, "You see, my son, Cecil got a Purple Heart in World War II, fighting in the Pacific, and he never came home to his family. He was a hero, and I got his Purple Heart framed over the mantle in the living room where I can see it good.
"Men like you is green and never were in the military and never saw action anywhere, cause makin' buildings with your name on them isn't the same thing. You big and fancy and tells everyone how tall you is, and my Cecil wasn't as tall as you, and he sure wasn't rich. But he earned that Purple Heart, even though he never lived to wear it. So give it back like you ought to do, to the man who really earned it, cause little green men don't understand what sacrifice can mean.