RT: Veterans storm WW II DC memorial amid govt shutdown

I hope they continue to work on their government with all us who are focused on fixing what is wrong with our “we the people” . . . I do hope that those in Washington lose their prefab scripts and go outside, with NO CONCEPT of what to do next and listen to the people and then begin to bring new ideas back into the chambers and decide, you know what, this is historic — we can just *poof* decide, #congressionalbenefits4thevets. That is a start. And if you start there, the manifestation of pure apples to apples equality, then we can work to extend that equality to all citizens and to all people and to all beings. But we have to start somewhere.

Similar adjustments can be made with #fullnuclearwasteconfidence and #restoreConstitutionalAuthority.

The truth is, we can do this now. The choice . . . the present . . . the future . . . “unwritten” #natashabenefield comes 2 mind. =)

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Published time: October 13, 2013 19:39

A protester holds a sign during a demonstration in front of the White House in Washington, DC, on October 13, 2013 demanding an end to the US federal government shutdown (AFP Photo / Jewel Samad)A protester holds a sign during a demonstration in front of the White House in Washington, DC, on October 13, 2013 demanding an end to the US federal government shutdown (AFP Photo / Jewel Samad)

Thousands of protesters pushed through barriers to make their way to the World War II Memorial closed under government shutdown in Washington DC. Local police donned riot gear as they tried to control the protesting veterans.

The crowd chanted “Tear down these walls” and sang patriotic songs in protest to the closing of monument during the government crisis, according to local news coverage.

About fifteen tractor trailer trucks from the Ride for the Constitution protest, which took place two days ago, joined the rally by a group called the Million Vet March to show their support.

According to a statement on the group’s website, they feel military personnel and…

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