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Monday, June 21, 2010

Here’s an interesting scene from a movie where a man tells a wounded vet that the war was fought for a lie

American Scofflaw
No US military recruiter would like this!!!


"In 1946, a movie was made in Hollywood about returning World War II veterans called The Best Years of Our Lives. It eventually went on to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Here’s an interesting scene from the movie where a man tells a wounded vet that the war was fought for a lie. Of course, in this scene, the man is considered “unpatriotic” and “evil.” (I guess the man telling the truth didn’t understand that billionaire banking families have to make a living too.)"

PS
What's the real number of American military casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan??

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