Keeping the lights on for military veterans
If you've driven along state Route 414 between Watkins Glen and Corning lately, you may have noticed a residence that honors military men and women in a big, bright way.
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Since: Nov 08
#1 Feb 2, 2009
Your right Jim and thats great what you are doing. Believe it or not i catch a lot of flak still after coming home . For some reason ignorant people cannot graspe the fact when we say we fight for our country we are not talking about the government. We fight for the person that is arguing to us,we fight so that the rest of the US can live every day complacent not worrying about a attack. These people need to visit Iraq and see first hand and talk to children that can finaly play in the streets. Talk to young men that are not in danger of being executed at 14,talk to every person who has for the first time had the right to choose their leader. It's worth it to me
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