The Klamath Basin Peace Forum

February 19, 2006

Gold Star Mothers for Peace

Filed under: Uncategorized — kbpeaceforum @ 9:39 am

Friends,

The turn out for Gold Star Mothers for Peace was great. Soups, Salads, and deserts were enjoyed by many of those who came. Michelle Deford and Lynn Bradach were open, honest and direct in their presentation. Each shared from a place of heart her experience in losing her son. They shared about how the experience of their loss lead them to question the actions of an administration they now perceive as irrepsonsible and immoral. Each build a case for change in Congress and legal action against the wrong-doing of this government. Both were from families and traditions that value military service. Lynn spoke about her experience in Crawford, Texas and in Cambodia clearing mine fields. Michelle spoke about Cindy Sheehan’s decision to continue her suit against the government in how she was removed from the venue for the State of The Union Address. Both informed the audiance of the coming work to ensure that Vets are screened for PTSD prior to being discharged from the Service and to insure that Vets are given the benefits promised and earned after serving the Country.

This was a powerful, powerful presentation.

David….

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