Thank you, baggerssuck. I was sure that I had read that. Cons have a propensity of selective research to fit their thinking.
As the Chaplain of an American Legion Post I said a prayer
for the deceased Veterans and read the names of all the Veterans laid to rest in a Catholic Cemetery. After that, I went to a cemetery owned and maintained by a Townships. People were allowed to have religious items on the deceased graves. As one person said, the grave sites were bought for the deceased. I also read a prayer at that cemetery and read the names of all veterans laid to rest in 4 cemeteries.
I was responding to your post nd and I doubt that what you posted was a direct quote. The composition does not fit her style.
hipilot, you just told a lie. LBJ never gave a pardon to Clinton. You are as big a liar as Trump.
What are you talking about? Alcoa splitting? Splitting at less that $10.00 a share? That would be ludicrous.
Or, are you talking about spinning off part of the business into another stand alone business? With all the Al being used today it is hard to understand why this POS hasn't increased in value.
ndfirstsection: What you remember was the e-mail that was going around that the veterans graves were marked with crosses and a group wanted the crosses taken down. There never were cross grave markers at Arlington Cemetery. Each grave was marked with a headstone. I had the privilege of visiting Arlington cemetery 15 years ago and the graves were not marked with crosses.
Why aren't they putting up flags? After all the deceased Veterans fought and defended our country. All deceased military were not members of a religious group.
Some cemeteries are owned by the townships here in Wisconsin. Yes, most cemeteries are owned by churches, but all. Some of the deceased do not belong to a church.
An amendment to my post: It should read, Confidential, Secret, and Top Secret deleting the word
classified in the sentence.
If a message is marked either Classified, Secret, or Top Secret that means those messages have a classification. Get up to speed.
roler: That's a pretty bold statement by a draft dodger like you and Trump.
When Eisenhower talked about cutting Social Security, people that were life long Republicans and retired voted against him.
This day has been designated to honor those that have paid the ultimate price so that we, in this country can be free and safe. This is just a small token of appreciation to those, that in many cases have spent years away from their homes and their loved ones.
Isn't it ironic that a draft dodger like roler makes a statement trying to impress that he is a patriot.