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Actually, Mikey's posts are very pertinent to the reality of today.Some people would rather sweep it under a rug. To Me, that is disrespect for those that have died.
To me...you want to report their death then report it with a prayer or words of honor. But to report it to say see, I am right...that's dishonorable. many of the families who have lost loved ones in the war feel the same way. Cindy sheehan is in the minority...even she has changed her tactics because families were feeling her to be disrespectfull.