US veterans plan virtual protest via Facebook, virtual march against republican cuts in benefits

Nearly 76,000 American veterans were homeless on a given night in 2009, the latest year for which reliable statistics are available.

 

300,000 of the U.S. military veterans coming back from Iraq and Afghanistan have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD.

 

An average of 18 veterans commit suicide every day and five of those are already getting treatment at the VA. Abclocal.go.com

facebook.com/the.dav – virtual march in Washington D.C., via Facebook, is set to begin on Wednesday 7-27-11, organized by veterans who are up-in-arms about possible compensation and benefits cuts.

please join and support.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2011/07/17/911-and-israel-alan-sabroskys-shockin…

911 is controlled demolition inside false flag operation

the unemployment rate among post 9/11 veterans was 15.2 percent in January 2011 and well above the 9.6 percent rate for non-veterans.


  1. please join and support our sisters and brothers, disabled veterans in their march against republican cutting benefits in their already deeply disadvantaged position ! … what a shame ! … http://www.facebook.com/the.dav …. http://worldnewsrecord.blogspo​t.com/2011/07/us-veterans-plan​-virtual-protest-via.html

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