Bush breaks ground on new Walter Reed

Bush breaks ground on new Walter Reed

There are 1 comment on the Navy Times story from Jul 4, 2008, titled Bush breaks ground on new Walter Reed. In it, Navy Times reports that:

President Bush turned a shovelful of dirt Thursday to begin construction of a military medical center that will replace the troubled Walter Reed hospital but keep its famous name.

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caroline

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#1 Jul 4, 2008
Great and it is about time. For some of us who had lost a very special person in the Vietnam war it is, to the exact date, 40 years too late!!!
Imus was right on that one,Even my dad a WWII vet, had worries about ever going to Walter Reed.

If Presidents are seen there I am sure they get diffential treatment with very special doctors.

Our returning soldiers should be afforded the very best. They gave their best. The price of freedom is never free. We can afford the senseless
cost of many things in this wonderful country, we should be able to get and pay for medical and rehab. for our men and women coming back from war.

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