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What can ordinary citizens do?

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Submitted by Phyllis Watson (United States), Sep 29, 2003 at 22:27

What can we ordinary but very concerned citizens do in the effort to get something done so that our military leaders (mainly the Pentagon officials) will use common sense to eliminate the method now used in allowing certain individuals to be chaplains to minister to those we have captured and are held particularly at Guantanamo? In the case of war, which we are in, political correctness should be shunted aside (in reality, I feel political correctness should be abolished completely, it has torn asunder any common sense this great country once had).
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