Shared Sacrifice

Military families feel alone in their sacrifice for the nation in a time of war.

“Our experience is that it’s two different worlds — the one for everybody else, and the one for military families and service people,” agreed Laura Stranlund of Amherst, Mass., whose son, Army Sgt. 1st Class Jonathan Miller, is on his third deployment since 2001. “Unless you’ve got skin in the game or know someone who does, it just doesn’t seem to matter. America is at the mall.”

The former Cheerleader begs to differ.

Dude, where’s my share?

Impeach the cheerleader. Save the world.

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A randonneur and epicure without a sinecure.
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