They need calling cards!
A young soldier, in the hospital, with both legs blown off needs to be able to call his/her mom!
Walter Reed Medical Family Assistance Center (MEDFAC)
6900 Georgia Ave., NW
BLDG. 2, Third Floor, Room 3E01.
Washington, DC 20307-5001
Phone: (202) 782-2071 or toll free 1-866-546-1310
AT&T and MCI cards do not expire.
AT&T cards can be bought at the Post Office, Sams/Wallmart, Eckhard, Best Buy or Office Depot. They Come in $10, $20 and $30 cards that give approximately 100, 200 and 300. minutes.
Costco has calling cards. 700 minutes for $20.
A new Military Times poll shows the troops are unhappy with Bu$h’s war.
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* 35 percent of the military members polled this year said they approve of the way President Bush is handling the war…42 percent said they disapproved
* 41 percent of the military said the U.S. should have gone to war in Iraq in the first place, down from 65 percent in 2003.
* When the military was feeling most optimistic about the war — in 2004 — 83 percent of poll respondents thought success in Iraq was likely. This year, that number has shrunk to 50 percent.
They are stuck with doing their jobs now we should do ours and get them out of there.