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Road to recovery

Wounded soldiers biking across Gulf Coast

March 8, 2013

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featherstone

Mar-11-13 4:55 PM

There u go fantasizing bout being a woman a s s monger, there is surgery to help you find your true self. Puke.

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liemonger

Mar-09-13 8:00 PM

Nah. I mean you're sad.

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liemonger

Mar-08-13 5:08 PM

" Something's wrong with a society that doesn't see this blatant hypocrisy: Wall St banker $500 million annually and NFL $50 million annually compared with a real-life living (wounded) American hero $50,000."

NO. Something is wrong with a brainwashed liberal that doesn't understand how liberty or the free market works.

Faux appreciation from a skirt that never served.

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featherstone

Mar-08-13 1:50 PM

Fine young man. Need more like him setting examples of courage and compassion like this.

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truthmonger

Mar-08-13 12:19 PM

God bless you all, the true warriors, who have paid so dearly for our country and yet are compensated a mere fraction of the country's economic pie when compared with Wall Street bankers and the "pretend warriors" in the NFL/NBA. Something's wrong with a society that doesn't see this blatant hypocrisy: Wall St banker $500 million annually and NFL $50 million annually compared with a real-life living (wounded) American hero $50,000. That is complete malarkey no matter how you slice it.

If the bankers and congressmen had to accept the same annual salary as the average enlisted soldier during wartime, there would be very few wars of choice digging into our blood and treasure from here on out! Amen.

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TomDeNic

Mar-08-13 11:06 AM

I knew Matt and his family when they were growing up in our neighborhood. He was always a hard charger and go getter from the begining. Way to go Matt and thank you for your service then and now.

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countyresident

Mar-08-13 9:11 AM

Thank you for your brave service

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WarrenProud

Mar-08-13 7:33 AM

Thank you all so much for your service to our country. You are all a truly American Hero!

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