When the President speaks before military audiences, he encourages the troops and reassures them that they’re serving a worthy cause. Now Rowan Scarborough reports that Harry Reid’s office is urging Senate Democrats to plan their own events:
• “Hold a town hall meeting with state officials and a local National Guard unit at their armory to discuss the security impact of long deployments. … Ask National Guard members to offer input on how security and disaster response at home is compromised by long deployments.”
• “Work with [veterans] organizations … to find recently returned Iraq and Afghanistan veterans willing to discuss the mental effects they or their fellow veterans have experienced.”
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