Closing Veterans Affairs offices unco...

Closing Veterans Affairs offices unconscionable

There are 1 comment on the Cape Breton Post story from Oct 20, 2013, titled Closing Veterans Affairs offices unconscionable. In it, Cape Breton Post reports that:

The Royal Canadian Legion's ceremonies on Nov. 11 will center as always upon the memory of sacrifice, the gratitude for freedom.

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G Lynch

Edmonton, Canada

#1 Oct 21, 2013
Now that we have a policy of no life being carried from Canada, to Austrailia, over a period of 25 years pay for by our tax paying dollars. Money we never miss, we never see, on which there is never a report.
Closing the Veterans Affairs, should be no surprize, after all, if there a policy of no life, a second, after it had already been outlawed at Nuremburg, the first time. The way must be made clear, to go after 6 million of everyone else, in the here and now, strike three. We already been doing it for 25 years, but everyone was too busy, and miss it.

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