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Time: 4:03:41 PM
It is not the soldier that is the problem. Anybody who condems the soldier is worng. And the way our country has treated the soldier is unpardnable. The problem is the rich who send our soldiers out on false pretenses when their real motivation is to line their pockets or want to extend war to keep lining their pockets. And those same people are the ones who have treated the soldier the worst. After WW2 the soldiers were heros and treated as s such given the first job opening, medical care, education and natioal respect. It was the gov. and controlled media that changed that. Cause they just did not want to spend the money on the vets that they did in WW2. After WW2 a lot of men came back as drunks and pscological scared and even those were treated with respect and understanding. In a way even more so as they were considered just as wounded as the ones physically wounded. When I believe that the soldiers will be thought of as valuable individually and not just fodder then I might think differently. But I don't trust the gov. to do the right thing worth a damn.