Let's begin this with an excerpt from Greg Bacon's piece,
We are ordinary people, want to do the most extraordinary things, the most extraordinary feeling! We are always ordinary in a little hesitant, hesitate in the taste of sadness. Always been those who can not forget those things, we always kind of nostalgia. On the surface of the indomitable, never mind actually can not afford any love blow. Always lonely Mac Eyebrow & Eyeliner Pencil, want to write. Bloom is young, storm completion War - Inscription
The Trauma of War
By Michael Boyajian
When I was younger I used to watch war movies, mostly John Wayne stuff like his cavalry trilogy, his World War II forays and finally the Green Berets. As kids we all played with our G.I. Joes dressing them up in Marine dress up or a frogman outfit. All the neighborhood kids would run around the block playing army with toy guns. How did we know how to play army? Well, they were broadcasting the Vietnam War on television every evening.
by Paul Rieckhoff
Who in Washington really supports the troops? Well, here are the facts.
Sure, politicians say they support the troops. But whose votes back up their rhetoric – and who’s just wearing an American flag lapel pin?
Now there’s an easy way to know for sure. The nonprofit, nonpartisan Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America’s Action Fund has tallied up every Congressional vote cast on troops’ and veterans’ issues for the last five years. We’ve crunched the numbers, and given every legislator a letter grade - the IAVA Congressional Rating. We have created a groundbreaking new web interface that will allow you (and every American) to find out for themselves where politicians stand on the issues.
Here are the official ratings for New York State: