Tuesday, October 15, 2013

'Respect Our Vets'?

Ya like the 'jesus cross' use in 've't's', nice touch on, not, christian following

'Respect Our Vets': They're very easy to Use for our 'patriotism'! We don't pay for the Wars we send them into {nor do we want to, reason we're cheering on the speakers with us that are responsible for closing the memorials}, over and over, and Especially not the Results of those Wars, our Responsibility the VA, but ya all better Respect!! Reason we fly the reb flag!!

"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

RM: "We got a huge round of tax cuts in this country a few weeks before 9/11. 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

"12 years also is a long time. We now have a lifetime responsibility to a generation of service members, veterans and their families." Dr. Jonathan Woodson 11 Sep. 2013: With 9/11 Came Lifetime Responsibility

note: I've caught some of the 'cruzettes' and 'palinites' supporters using pics of the Team Rubicon cleanup, pics where the front of the tee's or hoodies not showing the groups name, as a part of their own rally and getting the usual cheers of that oh so patriotic support the troops responses to. They really don't get it, nor care!

From the Team Rubicon - Region 3 FaceBook page:

Region 3 Cleans Up Washington- literally. While others protested the shutdown, volunteers from throughout the region gave up their Sunday to clean up our nation's treasured landmarks and monuments; filling over 10 full bags of garbage! A special thanks goes out to VA Field Op Manager, Mo Mustafa, for putting all of this together in such a short notice and making this project truly successful.
See what the Stars & Stripes had to say about our work here

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