Pittsfield veteran Passetto's death a 'wake-up call'
The death of a Marine Corps veteran who struggled to have his disability claim processed through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs could provide "a wake-up call" nationally, according to Rosanne Frieri, the city's director of Veterans Services.
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#1 May 16, 2013
But there are other things going on. Like, "Barack Obama & the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week"
#2 May 16, 2013
The subjective and critical publicity of our President provided by the beagle is a stellar indication and fine example of unbiased journalism at its best.
#3 May 17, 2013
One way to at least slow down the suicide rates of veterans is to cut back on stupid, insane, senseless wars.
and quite frankly, I would advise all parents to discourage their sons and daughters from going into the military. As a veteran of one of these senseless insane, unnecessary wars I think it is a bad choice. When the country stops trying to be the worlds policeman, and stops trying to make the rules for the whole planet then maybe I will feel differently. If they need people to defend the country against an attack I will be there, but until the Bushes and Cheneys and other clueless dupes opt out of policy decisions they can find other suckers
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