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Fight “Delay, Deny, Wait Till I Die” this Memorial Day

Today, we give thanks to our Veterans, but actions speak louder than words, so remember to advocate for them as well.

Maureen French

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It may be the unofficial start to summer, but this day has more meaning. Don’t just celebrate Memorial Day, support our Troops and Veterans who have fought for our country. There are many issues that need our attention, but this Memorial Day’s post focuses on two incredibly pressing concerns.

Delay, deny, wait till I die.” I was stunned to hear this statement from one of our Veterans. The phrase has become a rallying cry about Veterans’ benefits. It’s a sad state of affairs when Veterans who put their lives on the line for our country are not taken care of when they return home. If we can pay for a war, then we can pay to support our Veterans. Case in point: The Department of Veteran Affairs approved one WWII Veteran’s pension benefits three months after his death. We need to…

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