Tuesday, July 05, 2011

I Actually Support This Decision of the Current Administration.

There I said it.  And I believe it is the right thing.  If a child is serving in the military for his/her country, it does not matter how they died -- the family deserves a letter from the President.   But answer me this one thing: -- How much of "ass" is the law when the President can't make an exception to send a letter to the family that lobbied hard to make this change (sending letters to the families of soldiers who had committed suicide while on active duty) because the law comes into affect today?  How stupid can that be?  And this from a President that ignores so many other laws and even the constitution when he feels like it.

Policy shift in presidential condolence letters - CBS News

 
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