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Warrior Games open for combat wounded from Iraq and Afghanistan

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Two hundred wounded, injured or ill military personnel -- including 10 from Naval Medical Center San Diego -- are gathered at the U.S. Olympic Committee training facility in Colorado Springs, Colo., for the weeklong Warrior Games.

"The cloth of your nation is proud of you today,” Air Force Gen. Victor E. Renuart Jr., commander of U.S. Northern Command and the North American Aerospace Defense Command, said at the opening ceremony Monday.  “The flag that you fought to represent is proud of you.”

The 200 participants include 100 from the Army, 50 from the Marine Corps, and 50 from the Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard. Most were wounded in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Read the full story about the Warrior Games and a soldier-participant from San Diego in Tuesday's paper: Warrior Games aim to help combat-wounded military personnel back in action.

-- Tony Perry in San Diego

Photo: Team Marine Corps at the opening ceremony of the inaugural Warrior Games. Credit: Army Sgt. 1st Class Michael J. Carden


 
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Every single member of the Armed Forces needs to defy every single person in command in Iraq and Afghanistan and REFUSE to fight these people anymore, until Obama PROVES that he his in fact eligible to hold the office of CIC.

Any service personnel that are scheduled for deployment need to STAY HOME!!! REFUSE TO DEPLOY!!!!! Lt. Col. Terry Lakin has already refused and has been reassigned!!! Others have refused to deploy and have been reassigned.

You are taking orders from a person that is using a Connecticut Social Security number, and this Kenyan-born Village Idiot was supposed to have been born in Hawaii?? He was already working at a Baskin-Robbins in Hawaii at the time his current SSN was supposed to have been issued, but the current number he is using is from the number-block that is reserved for residents of Connecticut. This information has already been verified by the Social Security Administration!

All of this now has NOTHING to do with what a lot of people call, "birther issues". This is now all about an ILLEGAL ALIEN USING A FRAUDULENT SSN!!!!

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=152773

Which is it? If he was born in Hawaii, he would have been issued a Social Security Number for residents of Hawaii.

He wasn't. He is fraudulently using a number that would have been issued to a resident of Conn.

STAY HOME SERVICE MEMBERS. FOR THOSE THAT ARE ALREADY DEPLOYED, SIT IT OUT!!!! YOU DO NOT HAVE TO RISK YOUR LIFE FOR AN USURPER!!!! OBAMA IS NOT THE TRUE COMMANDER IN CHIEF!!!!!


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