Friday, July 25, 2008

Tut, tut, good enough to toss, food for powder

The Army's shameful lack of concern for its own wounded enlisted men and women is a disgrace that only makes worse an immoral war that has gone on for too long, and with little gain.

The New York Times editorialized this morning about the Army's broken promise to wounded soldiers.

The promise of improved treatment was made after the Walter Reed Scandal. The Army never kept its word. Are you surprised.

With some reports of 300,000 troops suffering brain injuries, we must ask, surge or no surge, if the price we've paid has been worth it.

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