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Million Vet March on the Memorials: Stand up for our veterans and your rights October 13

Posted: October 11, 2013 |   Comments

( As many people already know, the Obama administration has been actively trying to make the government shutdown appear worse than it actually is, harassing tourists, "closing" part of the OCEAN and preventing veterans from visiting the very monuments that honor the sacrifices they've made for our freedom and prosperity. To make Americans suffer and hopefully blame Republicans for the continuing shutdown, the tyrant has closed off access to the World War II, Vietnam Veterans and Korean War Veterans memorials. Naturally, this immature act of selfishness has upset people across the nation, and now a group plans to rebel against these unacceptable policies and honor our veterans for the selfless risks they took.

To give our veterans the recognition and respect they deserve, to protect our democratic system of government from an increasingly tyrannical bureaucracy ruled by the executive office and to show Washington that "We the People" are still in charge, we should join together and take back our memorials and monuments. There are two ways that you can help accomplish this goal:

1. Sign the petition on to re-open the war memorials. Once signed, the petition will be delivered to every member of the Senate and the House and will be posted on the White House website.

2. Join millions of other patriotic Americans for a march at the World War II memorial at the National Mall on October 13, 2013, 9:00 am.

If you can't make it to Washington, D.C., that's okay; here is a list of monuments across our great country where you can show your support for the American people and honor our veterans.

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