Re: [Pagan-Headstone-Campaign] Re: on the government approach
- I understand your point and it would be alot easier
but i not giving up. I'm still working with the ACLU
and they seem more than happy to help with our quest.
I know that some people may think that this is trivial
but these are some of the right the "we" have earned
and I'm not about to give up because of a few "idiots"
at the Cemetary Division of the VA. My two cents
--- "Charles P. Arnold" <charlesparnold@...>
> --- In Pagan-Headstone-Campaign@yahoogroups.com,__________________________________
> Pete Barrington
> <lordtracker@y...> wrote:
> > How about we just start some sort of campaign to
> fund Veteren burials
> in private plots with our own chosen design for
> headstones since the
> Govt. isn't going to do a damn thing for us, nor are
> we likely to get a
> damn thing out of them!
> Burial plots can be expensive. And most veterans
> cemeteries will also
> provide a plot for the spouse of the veteran as
> well. And then there is
> the cost of single headstones instead of purchasing
> them by the
> thousand at the lowest bid...
> And, while this would solve the problem specifically
> should we be able
> to set up a trust fund of roughly a million dollars
> and just use the
> interest, it would in no way do anything to end
> discrimination against Pagan veterans.
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