• Honor Those Who Serve Our Country

    As a nation, we should never forget how we secured, and continue to secure, our everyday freedoms. Therefore, it is essential that we ensure that the men and women who put their lives on the line to make our country a beacon of hope, freedom, and justice, be fully honored for their service and commitment to this country. Veterans are brave individuals who made great sacrifices for past, present, and future generations of citizens in our country (and in our world), and we should do what is necessary in order to express our gratitude for what these servicemen and servicewomen have achieved for our country.

  • The U.S. should work harder to honor our veterans

    The U.S. should work harder to honor our veterans because they are willing to give their lives to ensure the safely of millions of people they don't even know. That sort of selfless sacrifice is worth so much more than the majority of the citizens of the U.S. give to them.

  • U.S. Service Men and Women Fight To Protect Our Freedoms

    Yes, I strongly support doing more to honor our veterans. Veterans are self-less individuals who exhibit patriotic pride in protecting our country and our liberties. I feel that they are right up there with our government officials. They should be compensated with job opportunities paying them a wage on which they can live. Some of these men and women return home wounded and should be rewarded for their bravery and courage. Honoring them and letting them know we appreciate their service and dedication to protecting our country is the least we can do.

  • They are putting their lives on stake

    Veterans have dedicated their own life for the safety of the citizens. There work is priceless. The least we can do is honor them when they return. They should get more benefits and advantages to get back into their lives after combat. They already have hard time settling into normal life. If they have enough opportunities, it will be easier for them to settle. They should be made to feel honored about the sacrifices they have done.

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