Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Soldiers and Civilians in War Zones

My Odyssey into the abyss of temporary homelessness and walking in the moonscape which was the devastation of coastal Mississippi and the New Orleans area of Louisiana made me often think of the conditions endured by America's fighting men and women, and the plight of the residents of war zones.

All people feel, care about their children, and want better for themselves and their communities. We bleed, we suffer, and we wear our wounds inside and out. Americans and citizens of the world should not be labeled the same as the extremists in their midst, and should not also be subject of the sociopaths of the worldwide police with their HQ in DC.
-Steven G. Erickson

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