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Everybody plays the fool

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Submitted by Lauren (United States), Oct 7, 2006 at 21:16

My son was a US Marine in Ramadi Iraq. My son came home with two purple hearts, a head injury and serious PTSD. He is only 23. I also have a disabilty and Yet I support my son. We live in two small rooms. You go Menino, take good care of the Muslims. Make sure they have a place to put their Mosque. Far more important than taking care of our injured and confused veterans at such a crucial time. Go ahead Bush keep sending money to Iraq. The hell with these boys and their families lives you have taken. How the hell do these people sleep at night?

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