Discussion in 'Europe' started by Annie, Nov 24, 2007.
I totally agree.
Sick. Plain sick crap.
'Two Women, Alledgedly, Thought Veterans Hadn't Paid to Swim' would look a lot less dramatic, of course. Shameful journalism, certainly.
I'm scared of who would NOT agree, although I guess you never know in this day and age...
You know how those disabled soldiers are - disrespected, disillusioned and dismembered.
Every generation of soldiers thinks they're going to be honored for their service and then they come back to learn that nobody really gives a damn. There's lots of lip service, but when it time to pay thier bills?
The Viet Nam vets, of course, got treated worse than any other in American history, but I'm seeing that the Iraqi vets are going to be largely forgotten, too.
What's the poster that was popular when I was in
We the unwilling, doing the impossible, for the ungrateful.
Something like that.
My brother was in Viet Nam, still to this day hates to talk about it.
No matter what your politics are, utmost respect should be given to all people in the armed forces. I respect them, as I'm sure 99.9% of Americans do.
One of my classes favorite things is when we write letters to the soliders overseas.
Send them the letters R,N, R
They seem to like those letters a lot.
Lord only knows why.
The Royal Naval Reserve?
Separate names with a comma.