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    Remains of war dead dumped in landfill. Thank you Commander in Chief.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/nation...M6M_print.html

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/nation...M6M_print.html

    I wonder on whose desk this buck stops, Bush-41 again? When will this impostor be called to account for all the damage that he has done to our economy, businesses, military, society...
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    The Dover mortuary, which is the main point of entry for America’s war dead, sent remains to the landfill from 2003 until 2008, according to Air Force officials.
    President Obama didn't become President until 2009 how could this in an way be his fault?


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    I hate to say it, but she's right. Can't really blame Obama if those dates are true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herr Heckler Koch View Post

    I wonder on whose desk this buck stops, Bush-41 again? When will this impostor be called to account for all the damage that he has done to our economy, businesses, military, society...
    2003 to 2008, this man was President of the United States:

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    DAFB mad some mistakes....some bad PR ones at that.

    I hope they have taken corrective action, not just lip service, to have a better process in place. Me thinks, if they additional parts, after cremation/inceneration, were not dumped at the Dump, it would have been a bit more tolerable. The Navy seems to have the right idea.

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    Of course the CINC should be to blame for every decision made by the military. I suppose every bloodied strand of clothing and bandage should have been buried too? From what I read about the issue the military was dealing with what it had to classify as biohazardous waste, and they made efforts to ensure no disrespect was commited. Seems like a moonbat's "journalistic" hit piece on the military too me.
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    I believe it was General Sherman who said: "War is Hell".

    I agree with his sentiments, and after reading the article am absolutely sickened and disgusted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MilProGuy View Post
    I believe it was General Sherman who said: "War is Hell".

    I agree with his sentiments, and after reading the article am absolutely sickened and disgusted.
    In past wars, some of this was the norm to expedite things. I also think this is a hit piece but we can and should do better for those that have paid the ultimate price for our freedom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herr Heckler Koch View Post
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/nation...M6M_print.html

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/nation...M6M_print.html

    I wonder on whose desk this buck stops, Bush-41 again? When will this impostor be called to account for all the damage that he has done to our economy, businesses, military, society...
    You really think with all the crap obama is dealing with that he had the knowledge of exactly where these ashes were being placed? I don't like the guy, but I don't blame him when I eat a less than satisfactory turkey sandwich for lunch...
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    Folks, it the Washington Post. Read between the spin!

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    It happened prior to Obama's presidency, but folks have so much hate that anything that happened during the previous administration becomes Obama's faulty. Sad really.

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