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Vets helping Vets and themselves. Nothing new there, that's what happens when Veterans return from conflicts especially.

The last show they talked about a number of things but most on their agenda is fighting for educational benefits for the returning Veterans of these present day conflicts.

In the last show they showed their feelings, especially about Iraq. This show is no differant they go after the truth!

Charlotte Talks
Wednesday June 13, 2007
UNCC Veterans' Club { University of North Carolina - Charlotte }

We invite members of the UNCC Veterans' Club back to the program today to look at some of the latest news out of Iraq and Afghanistan, including the surge in troop levels, the war spending bill and challenges facing guardsmen and women who leave their jobs and families for service overseas.
Guests
Kris Tyte - Veteran and specialist with the Mecklenburg County Veteran's Services Office
Jack McKinley - Veteran and member of the UNCC Veterans' Club
Listen to Discussion

You won't be sorry if you listen in.

Now lets see how the Media handles the Truth {we already know} as

Michael Telling It Like It Is, About The Media!

If the media, and others, Had Listened To Us 'Focus Groups', Millions in numbers WorldWide, labeled as such by this criminal administration and media, starting as the drums of War started, we would Not have this Historical Tragedy, for what we said has been Proven Correct, Sadly!

I for one Wish We Were Wrong!

Now we, and those to follow, will be living with the results of!!

And in Memory of Rachel let her mom speak for her and us:

Rachel Corrie's Words to Mom: "This Has to Stop!"

Originally posted to jimstaro on Thu Jun 14, 2007 at 12:48 PM PDT.

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