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Georgia Town Dishonors War Dead

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Paulding County, Georgia lost 79 of their sons and daughters on foreign battlefields — defending our land so that our sons and daughters might grow up to be free men and free women.

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So it only seemed fitting that the citizens of Paulding County honor their heroes. And they did — posting hand made crosses on a patch of city land — near Highway 92.

So when folks drove past the Waffle House and the Dunkin Donuts – they might remember — those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

But instead — someone took offense –A complaint was filed. Questions raised. Were the crosses an appropriate symbol to honor our fallen heroes?

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