Which used to be called Decoration Day…until 1971 and the height of the Vietnam War (conflict as it was called) when it was made a Federal holiday…when we had a new 58,000 or so dead to memorialize.
A day steeped in history as a day to honor and celebrate those who lost their lives serving our country in the Military. The fighting for freedom folks who presumably were doing their duty for the good of all.
In some ways, I think that is true. In other ways, I think way too many have died for senseless reasons. And most of the time for Cent-less reasons. Cent-less to those who perished. Big profits for those who drive the train of what is called ‘for the protection of all’.
Bullshit. READ MORE