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Staff Sgt. Anderson Munoz Injured in Afghanistan

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COMANCHE - 2/11/2013 7:18 AM
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I'm so glad Sgt Munoz was not more badly hurt. He could have been killed. But he should not have been there in the first place. One more wounded vet. One more lifetime disability. What was your hearing worth, son? Your legs? Your arms? Your life? Why? So we can spend billions of dollars and waste thousands of lives to teach people to whom opium has been a cash crop for multiple generations to grow apples and pomegranates? Sgt Munoz was on his 2nd tour "... with an agribusiness development team training Afghan citizens to maximize crop efficiency and storage." Really? I wonder if the economy had been better and he had a job if he would have still volunteered for these deployments. Such a waste.

Speed - 2/10/2013 6:35 PM
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I'm really glad Sgt. Munoz wasn't more severely injured. Welcome home,Soldier!
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