WHEN OUR MILITARY VETERANS GO HOMELESS, WE ARE A NATION IN TROUBLE

15 thoughts on “WHEN OUR MILITARY VETERANS GO HOMELESS, WE ARE A NATION IN TROUBLE

  1. That is how I see it. Sometimes we have to stand back and look at life’s happenings today in order to see the realities. A strange evil is what I am witnessing. Peace and blessings.🕊💫🤍

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  2. A country that constantly expresses its gratitude to its war veterans for the freedoms people enjoy is a country where No.1 priority out of the public purse should be ensuring ongoing care for all veterans’ welfare. I would think many are homeless because they suffered mental health injuries that could have even shifted their personal character to the point where homelessness feel more comfortable that a home…that does not mean the government should cease ensuring they are OK. My deep respect goes to them all at all times!

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    1. Amen. We are at the end of this system of things which is being fizzled out in chaos. In order for people to see good, they must experience the worst. Gods blessings and peace be with you Inavukic.💟

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    1. That is how I see it. Sometimes we have to stand back and look at life’s happenings today in order to see the realities. A strange evil is what I am witnessing. Peace and blessings.🕊💫🤍

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      1. What a well-planned mess our world is in, all for a New Word Order. Surprisingly, the evil planners works will shift into God’s master plan.

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      2. Evil is ugly and frightening but the end is here. I wish you a blessed new year.

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    1. We must pray without ceasing. For me this means we must constantly talk with God. God’s kingdom is coming faster than we can imagine.🙏

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  3. While my heart goes out to many of our veterans who genuinely need assistance to rejoin civilian life, many of the homeless, especially the non-veteran ones in places like California and southern states, are homeless by CHOICE. They have homes in which they would be welcomed, but they would have to abide by ‘rules of the house,’ which they feel is an imposition on THEIR choices.
    Those with addiction, emotional or psychological problems definitely should be helped by the government they faithfully served.

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    1. Amen. Yeah shame on Biden making efforts to give non citizens crossing our USA borders $450,000. Our military, veterans and homeless need those dollars.

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