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pmccomb Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 10:37 AM
I myself will start to vote my pocket book and my morals I will spend my money and time where the people I do business care about our military, don't want government support, believe in god and not in abortion. Believe in American Eagle and not big bird. Only charities I will support will be military, church, and only for people that want a hand up not a hand out. My early new years resolution.
ZealousConscript Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 11:05 AM
I realize that you probably didn't mean it that way, but the military isn't a charity. In fact, the US could save a tremendous amount of money by cutting military expenditures, such as the amount we spend on private military contractors . The money we spend on defense contractors, instead of using our military resources, is several orders of magnitude higher than 'big bird'. Of course, if you mean supporting veterans, I wholeheartedly agree. Unfortunately Republicans tend not to
pmccomb Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:54 PM
That is where you are very wrong. Do you have your facts to prove that. I do support disable veterans and many people support military that I know so you can not say that with out facts. My husband brothers nephew father all served in the military did you? Or do you just go off running your mouth off.

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