R Ray Saikus
R Ray Saikus

March 29th Vietnam Veterans Day "FOREVER" has again been introduced in Congress.
HELP US GET CONGRESS TO FINALLY DELIVER OVERDUE HONOR AND THANKS.
Become a voice for "Those who no longer have a voice or a choice": the 58,282 who lost their lives during the Vietnam War and all of our fellow Veterans who died since then as a consequence of it, the ones who came back with the physical and emotional wounds, and their respective families.
Two actions are in 113th Congress (2013-2014) to...

March 29th Vietnam Veterans Day "FOREVER" has again been introduced in Congress.
HELP US GET CONGRESS TO FINALLY DELIVER OVERDUE HONOR AND THANKS.
Become a voice for "Those who no longer have a voice or a choice": the 58,282 who lost their lives during the Vietnam War and all of our fellow Veterans who died since then as a consequence of it, the ones who came back with the physical and emotional wounds, and their respective families.
Two actions are in 113th Congress (2013-2014) to establish March 29th Vietnam Veterans Day "FOREVER".
U.S. SENATE bill S.409 - A bill to add Vietnam Veterans Day as a patriotic and national observance.
and
U.S. HOUSE resolution H.Res. 235: Expressing support for designation of March 29 as Vietnam Veterans Day.
Please join, ask others to join the MARCH 29th VIETNAM VETERANS DAY "FOREVER" cause http://www.causes.com/march29vietvetday , also sign petition http://www.causes.com/actions/1751882-time-to-deliver-march-29-vietnam-veterans-day-forever

Mamie L. Jorgensen
Mamie L. Jorgensen

My brother is a Veteran from the Vietnam War. Imagine needing help for months and years and still waiting to get help from a VA Hospital. What is wrong with the system taking so long for him to get help? I have been praying for help for him for almost half a century. Someone help!

Dennis Christesen
Dennis Christesen
  • Mamie L. Jorgensen

same here

Nancy Kelly-Bushly
Nancy Kelly-Bushly
  • Mamie L. Jorgensen

It is broken and our hero's that took the lines and fought for freedom are being screwer! Your brother is a hero!

Mack Bloodsworth
Mack Bloodsworth
  • Mamie L. Jorgensen

Get a good lawer, I finally did and recieved my bebefits within six months. Good Luck and May Christ Be With You..

Mack Bloodsworth
Mack Bloodsworth
  • Mamie L. Jorgensen

benefits...sorry not a great typist....LOL

Nancy Blankenship
Nancy Blankenship

My brother was in WW2 and he was wounded. He was taken care of and I beleive that each and every man and woman that fights for this country deserves to be treated fairly with respect and dignity.
I also believe this war was not necessary after all the hype they lied.
American men and women were killed and wounded for lies stated by Mr Bush and Mr Chaney as seen on TV not so long ago!!!

Lydia Papadopoulos
Lydia Papadopoulos

This cause is important to me because our veterans have given their lives and souls to protect us. It is our duty as Americans to reciprocate by supporting them by any means possible.

Judith OneCrow
Judith OneCrow

Please sign! Ty!

Kolton Oberle
Kolton Oberle

This cause is important to me because I was there, because unlike alot of people I know what freedom means to us and to women that have been opressed for thousands of years, they are not like us, their freedoms were limited from day one, day two was not in the question, they didden't get the choice they obey or they die................... Hey ladies of America, think you got it ruff? go to Afganastan, then tell me how hard you got it! at least you get to choose, and not the other way around.............

Paul M. LeSassier Jr.
Paul M. LeSassier Jr.

Because we are Americans who believe in America! And prove it with our lives!

Kate D-Noreen
Kate D-Noreen

I see vets suffering as they pursue promised help from the VA because of the long wait. Imagine waiting a year to be paid on your civilian job. Would you tolerate that?

Stephen D. Williams
Stephen D. Williams

I am a therapist who has worked on PTSD with returning veterans....They need us. No one can understand what they have been through and they need compassion and more than what the government is willing to give.

Rose Schloder
Rose Schloder
  • Stephen D. Williams

They all deserve any veteran programs, the day they sign their name on that line~~!!

John Shaun Lewis Walker Jr.

I am a Veteran of the Vietnam era and have seen too many of my brothers in arms end up homeless, committing suicide, and killing others. The people who don't serve and who have never been involved in conflict have NO idea what it's like to return to life after their service. If you have never severed you can't say I know what it's like. When I left the serve after 4 yrs of voluntary service, I was thrown out on the street without any information about what was available for my after service...

I am a Veteran of the Vietnam era and have seen too many of my brothers in arms end up homeless, committing suicide, and killing others. The people who don't serve and who have never been involved in conflict have NO idea what it's like to return to life after their service. If you have never severed you can't say I know what it's like. When I left the serve after 4 yrs of voluntary service, I was thrown out on the street without any information about what was available for my after service needs. They give you and tell you nothing, you are discarded like trash and trying to get help back then was impossible. You think the wait time is long now, it's nothing compared to when I got out. There was nothing and I mean nothing available from the VA as far as help was concerned. That's why there were so many homeless vets whose numbers grew and grew over the years, because there was NO HELP. These vets sacrificed there lives and bodies for YOU the citizens of this country, YOU the PEOPLE.

John Shaun Lewis Walker Jr.
John Shaun Lewis Walker Jr.
  • John Shaun Lewis Walker Jr.

When is the last time YOU invited a homeless vet home to share Thanksgiving or Christmas, or Easter for dinner or to watch a football game on TV. Don't they deserve to enjoy life like the rest of our Citizens ?

John Shaun Lewis Walker Jr.
John Shaun Lewis Walker Jr.
  • John Shaun Lewis Walker Jr.

It has been 42 years since my service and yet I still am trying to get service connected disability, do I deserve that treatment after volunteering my life to serve my COUNTRY, GOD, and DUTY. I'm not ashamed to say that I cry when I see the stories of our vets and the way they have been treated. MY GOD and GODESS Bless America.. Blessed be So mote it be...

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