One of the vets gave her a commemorative pin which was quite impressive looking. She put it on at work and wore it home.<quoted text>She should take donations for her bail.. In fact I'd pay to see it happen. We all are impressed by the Veterans, I've said it before, I have lunch with my 93 yr. old Father-in-Law every week, he's a WWII vet, and now is slowing down a bit. But,,, He voted for Barack Hussein Obama, he's a Democrat....Guess you can't change the stripes.....
As far as Corps is concerned, We've had one running the country for 5+ years, he just has to learn how to pronounce and spell it, Corpse..
Very nice thing that veteran did for her.
My dad, too, was a WWII vet. Captured in the Philippines and a POW for 3 years. Reenlisted upon being liberated and retired as a Captain in the Air Force. He actually shook MacArthur's hand when "he returned". Was a military brat the first six years of my life. But I know liberals on here will say I still am - a brat, that is.