Bring our Service Men and Women Home; WHY?

There are a few of us who remember the Second World War, as a 9 year-old at the time of the Bombing of Pearl Harbor we would like to think it is being taught in our schools. We lived on a farm in the country in Northern Iowa and my father had a radio ran with a car battery and never missed a morning, noon, or evening news cast and also had maps to cover all the contries invoved in the war. He has a brother buried in France from the first World War and I had a brother in the Normandy invasion and 2 brothers in law in the navy in the pacific. 

The atrocities of all the wars up to the present have not produced so many service men with the kind of injuries concurred in the fight within Muslum Countries. It seems to be their mode of fighting is to blow up roads or have Suicide bombers placing automobiles where they will blow up or kill a major of the people in a area. They are now fighting in the Phillipines and several countries all over the world. Our country is not paying attention to the infiltration of the United States. With new moscues being built here all over the country and they are basically just Havens for Terrorists to gather at. With millions of Illegal imigrants coming from all the countries around the world and our government just using them as voters to come live on all our free welfare and benefits with our having to work. There is way too much Politicol Correctness, we need to wake up and listen to the ones who are looking into the future.

Thank you,
A Korean Veteran;
Paul D. Morrison 

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