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November 20, 2012

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Susan Benton

What I want to know is how much did this commemoration cost the taxpayers?

Debbie

Good question Susan. How about we quit pandering to all these sub culture groups and concentrate on the morally upstanding people who seem to be the target of everyone else.

Always On Watch

The transgender image is more evidence of the absurdity into which our society is sinking. **sigh**

Tammy Swofford

These gender-fragmented individuals exist in our society. But should they be honored because they have a sexual identity crisis?

I suppose pedophiles will be honored next.... for their "work with children".

Moral lines have been erased by the current administration.

Tammy Swofford

R.J. Godlewski

What about an Abortion Day of Remembrance for the 45+ million babies that died as a result of "fear, hate and moralphobia"?

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