Name the names now!

We, the people, demand that our elected representatives compel the White House  to release the names of those who came up with the idea to withhold the military death benefit, and those in the White House who authorized this heinous act. In military matters the buck stops in the Oval Office. Until Jay Carney tells us who these folks are, and who in the White House authorized that choice, the American people shall irrevocably hold our Commander in Chief, B.H. Obama, personally responsible for this horror.

The nameless must be named.

Too often we ask our young men to die for our freedoms, far from home in strange lands, with the common understanding that we will provide for their loved ones if they make the ultimate sacrifice. This is a sacred bond between those who serve and the civilian leadership that asks them to accept great risk for the "common defense."  Now that sacred bond has torn asunder for cheap political theater. Such a vile, deceitful and repugnant action stains this nations character and thus stains all our souls.

The nameless must be named.

Who is the person responsible for this barbaric political game? How did their idea get approved? Who approved this in the Department of Defense? Who approved this in the White House? Was this done over the phone, by text, by email, or were these abhorrent orders passed in hushed whispers in dark parking lots?

The nameless must be named.

Call your Congress folks, call your Senators; call and demand the names of  those who defiled the memories of our dead soldiers, our boys who died in service to our freedoms.  Their names must become household words, spat out and cursed every time they are spoken aloud.  They must not escape anonymity. They must be held accountable.  This vile choice was carefully crafted and executed by men with heartless souls. Justice Brandeis said, "Sunlight is the best disinfectant."  March these banal snakes into the harsh sunlight, so America may never have to deal with this particular infection again.

The nameless must be named.  We cannot fail in this demand, for we would fail all those who died giving us freedom and liberty.

We, the people, demand that our elected representatives compel the White House  to release the names of those who came up with the idea to withhold the military death benefit, and those in the White House who authorized this heinous act. In military matters the buck stops in the Oval Office. Until Jay Carney tells us who these folks are, and who in the White House authorized that choice, the American people shall irrevocably hold our Commander in Chief, B.H. Obama, personally responsible for this horror.

The nameless must be named.

Too often we ask our young men to die for our freedoms, far from home in strange lands, with the common understanding that we will provide for their loved ones if they make the ultimate sacrifice. This is a sacred bond between those who serve and the civilian leadership that asks them to accept great risk for the "common defense."  Now that sacred bond has torn asunder for cheap political theater. Such a vile, deceitful and repugnant action stains this nations character and thus stains all our souls.

The nameless must be named.

Who is the person responsible for this barbaric political game? How did their idea get approved? Who approved this in the Department of Defense? Who approved this in the White House? Was this done over the phone, by text, by email, or were these abhorrent orders passed in hushed whispers in dark parking lots?

The nameless must be named.

Call your Congress folks, call your Senators; call and demand the names of  those who defiled the memories of our dead soldiers, our boys who died in service to our freedoms.  Their names must become household words, spat out and cursed every time they are spoken aloud.  They must not escape anonymity. They must be held accountable.  This vile choice was carefully crafted and executed by men with heartless souls. Justice Brandeis said, "Sunlight is the best disinfectant."  March these banal snakes into the harsh sunlight, so America may never have to deal with this particular infection again.

The nameless must be named.  We cannot fail in this demand, for we would fail all those who died giving us freedom and liberty.

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