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JimS: America's Free War's and No Sacrifice for Those Who've Served In
How does a Country HONOR It's Fallen, by Their Own 'Sacrifice' in Taking Care of the Brothers and Sisters They Served With!!
"If military action is worth our troops’ blood, it should be worth our treasure, too — not just in the abstract, but in the form of a specific ante by every American." -Andrew Rosenthal 10 Feb. 2013
Rachel Maddow: "We got a huge round of tax cuts in this country a few weeks before9/11. Once 9/11 happened and we invaded Afghanistan, we kept the tax cuts anyway.How did we think we were going to pay for that war? Did we think it was free?Then, when we started a second simultaneous war in another country, we gave ourselves a second huge round of tax cuts. After that second war started. The wars, I guess, we thought would be free, don`t worry about it, civilians. Go about your business." 23 May 2013
“Why in 2009 were we still using paper?” VA Assistant Secretary Tommy Sowers “When we came in, there was no plan to change that; we’ve been operating on a six month wait for over a decade.” 27 March 2013
WHY? GOOD QUESTION THOSE SERVED SHOULD ANSWER!
"You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today." - Abraham Lincoln
USN All Shore '67-'71 GMG3 Vietnam In Country '70-'71
Friday, August 2, 2013, 3:50 pm
John Flanagan: Perhaps, Mr Barber and politicians on both sides of the aisle should demand separate votes on the individual measures of a given bill instead of having to support an entire bill or shelve it. When riders or addendums, as well as mandates, and controversial directives are included in a bill, as both parties often do while a bill is crafted in committee, it is sure to result in opposition from somebody. The extra requirements can be slipped in by either party, and this practice is deceptive and counterproductive. Do we wonder why some good laws don't pass simply because their are negative aspects which politicize the process.? This is not a good way to handle the people's business in Congress. One time in a suburb of NY, where I lived, the local school district attached the bus transportation funding to a larger controversial budget filled with fat and perks. When the voters turned it down, there were no buses for a week. The voters were incensed. The board was pressured to submit a separate budget for transportation alone and the district was never held hostage again to pass a budget filled with excessive spending. This can be done at the Congressional level, but only if both parties will finally get together and work for the interest of the people.
Thursday, August 1, 2013, 3:23 pm
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