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Our Disenfranchised Troops Deserve Better

WS2 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:49 AM
I would say to the members of the Armed Forces: Thanks for your service, but it's time for you to resign your comissions, don't re-up nad go home. This country is no longer worth defending. Sorry, but I am really angry and bitter today.
pattibaby Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 11:20 AM
yes,i'm sad also.sorry about lybia attack,but we have evidence now.know that on 9/11/12,5pm, "bo",saw video/audio tapes,3-emails,drone pic's. panetta said nothing could be done.wrong. a F-16 plane could have been there in 20 minutes. i urge all to contact john boehner,let him know this,ask for impeachment/treason. we can't give up now, as this is what obama wants.i love my country,not a military person,but will go down fighting for my beloved country. pl,orl,fla
SoldierMomX2 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:55 AM
I have 2 sons who are active duty. I am friends with many soldiers on FB. They lit it up last night! The common theme......We are F'cked and we are gone as soon as possible.
Nasty Z Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 11:08 AM
I know that feeling. Some military people that we know well will also be out ASAP.
lpoplawski Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 4:22 PM
My husband retires next year at 23 yrs. I know exactly 1 person who wanted o again. We all know & can see what is coming even if the other Americans refuse to. Smh sigh

The next president of the United States must do right by our men and women in uniform. Our troops put their lives on the line to protect our right to vote, but untold thousands of them were unable to cast their own ballots on Tuesday. For shame.

Veterans groups and soldiers advocates have warned about military disenfranchisement for years. M. Eric Eversole, director of the Military Voter Protection (MVP) Project and a former litigation attorney in the Voting Section of the U.S. Department of Justice, reported that "more than 17,000 military and overseas voters were disenfranchised in 2008 because their...