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Have We Declared War on Our Own Veterans?
Posted 07 March 2007 - 09:45 AM
These villains consider human beings to be trash worthy of the dumpster once they are done exploiting them for their RepugnoCorporate greed. But the men involved who have served their country at risk of life and limb deserve better than the trash inhabiting the White House. They deserve our respect, our appreciation, and the best medical and psychiatric care we can give them, and they deserve compassion too.
We are at a time when we must choose between multiple scandals every day, hardly a day goes by without some Repugnican being prosecuted for a crime against the people, but we really need to move further up the ladder to get to the source of the evil that has infested Washington DC. And we need to completely turn around the way we treat our veterans.
Impeach the criminals.
Posted 07 March 2007 - 10:49 AM
Impeachment is too good for the bastards, but it's a start in the right direction. I won't be satisfied until they're tried in an international war-crimes court, and, if found guilty, hung, like they hung Saddam!
I think the current scandal is one of the most egregious indications I've seen of the lack of compassion and care for our veterans. Combat vets should live tax-free, and they should get every bit of opportunity we can give them, and their families too, since they were hurt terribly by war, as well.
It really pissed me off when some right-wing lunkhead tried to say the reason for not fixing up Walter Reed was because it was on the list of base closures, slated to close in 3 or 4 years. So our vets were supposed to live in squalid conditions for years?!?!
Posted 07 March 2007 - 11:24 AM
I think the current scandal is one of the most egregious indications I've seen of the lack of compassion and care for our veterans. Combat vets should live tax-free, and they should get every bit of opportunity we can give them, and they're families too, since they were hurt terribly by war, as well.
Oh, this fine, God-fearing country has a long history of treating its war heroes with the utmost respect and dignity. Here's just a few I grabbed real quick. I'm sure you could choke quite a bit of bandwidth with similar articles.
WWI - Bonus Army
Vietnam - Agent Orange Claims Denied
Desert Storm - Chemical Weapons
Desert Storm - Illness
Posted 07 March 2007 - 05:23 PM
Weinstein dismissed the lawsuit because he disagreed that the toxic defoliants and herbicides could be called poisons banned under international rules of war.
This has been going on for many years. The photo above was the last picture taken before the orange took my friend away. The government does not care or recognize the sacrifice these men and women have made. Only an absolute fool would join the armed forces now.
Posted 07 March 2007 - 08:28 PM
I think some of the people signing up today are doing so out of a sense of financial desperation. No doubt made worse by an inDUHvidual that steals from the poor to give to the rich.
I wonder if it is against the law to piss on the grave of a former President? I'm not referring to Gerald Ford. I'll drink gallons of water to have that privilege. I'll wait.
Posted 08 March 2007 - 10:36 AM
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