I am really getting pissed off with state of this nation. The Wounded Warriors commercial is absolutely unbelievable. We, that is the citizens of these United States, through our elected officials, send forth our bravest and brightest to fight in wars or to help other nations save their asses. Our government puts out all kinds of pronouncements that they care for our military men and women. They say that they provide all the services to keep them safe as possible, and make sure they are given the best of physical and mental help. Why then are we asked, actually begged, to provide support that these people are entitled to? Our government is doing a worse job than Gaius Julius Caesar. At least those soldiers were given a retirement and property when they came back from a campaign. The money to pay for these benefits came from the people of Rome. God knows we pay enough in taxes to at least meet this requirements. I am sure that if we didn’t dole out those taxes to illegal immigrants, dead beat mothers and fathers, bridges that go nowhere and the thousands of other pork barrel crap that many of our politicians spend in order to find favor with the miscreants that vote them in over and over again. These funds, that should be used for our patriots, are wasted on “The Great Society’s” experiments. Experiments that have failed on the most part over the past 50 years. Are the poor made richer? Are our children any smarter? Are our borders safe? What are we doing with the drugs and slavery that continue to permeate our society? These are a few of the questions you should be asking your politicians. Ask them why we are worried about global warming when we should be worried about why people in the United States can’t provide their military with the kind of help “Wounded Warriors” provides. There is no question that WWP does contribute substantial funds for the benefit of wounded warriors. Notwithstanding, it appears that a more effective use of funds would be to contribute directly to The Fisher House, Navy-Marine Corps Relief, The Salvation Army, and others. What’s your opinion?