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Walter Reed in NOT A-Okay

By Remy Benoit

From Hall Donahue at The Huffington Post Honor, Tradition, Courage: Broken Tiles, Broken Healthcare System.

There are things that are right and things that are wrong. This is one of the things that is very, very wrong. In wartime you do not close medical facilities; you do not leave Veterans wanting for care.

This Memorial Day, thank a Veteran by Contracting Congress. and saying this we will not tolerate.

This from The Washington Post and Andrew J. Bacevich at Truthout I Lost My Son to a War I Oppose. We Were Both Doing Our Duty. Keep in mind, when you support a war, you are, in essence, picking up a weapon, and firing it physically or symbolically. What is done is done in your name - what you allow to be done, will be - a thought for Memorial Day.

Honor those who serve; thank a Veteran; and know, through hard work, research, and common sense what you are supporting in foreign policy. That is your responsibility as a citizen.

From Scott Galindez at Truthout The Handwriting on the Wall Is Written in Blood.


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