Richard, I also just want to add I feel so much for your mom. My grandmother went downhill after my grandfathers death. She had a brain aneurysm two years after his death and survived and then lived 9 years with dementia then alzheimers. I know your concern. I will pray for your mom.
hi Richard. It sure is a sad thing, Agent Orange. My father was also helicopter maintenance and I believed he fueled helicopters. He also has high blood pressure. He also has high cholesterol. He has some blotchy itchy spots on his legs. He also has rheumatoid arthritis. He has not thinned down too much though. I don't know. I just wish this kind of thing would be recognized and Vets and their families health care taken care of. I am so appreciative of our military, but the cover up of our Government I cannot tolerate. Thanks for your reply.
Richard, thank you to your father for his bravery and loyalty to his country. I have a question for you. My father was also in Vietnam. He swears he too was exposed to Agent Orange. He has a multitude of health issues. How does he get a doctor to take a look at this prospect? He also claims that because he got my mother pregnant shortly after returning home, that that is why I too have a lot of health problems. I don't know many facts on Agent Orange and I also know that sometimes the whole truth doesn't come forth from our Government. Thanks again to your father. God Blessed him with you who knows his sacrifice and bravery.
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Welcome to TCU, Richard - from a fellow Floridian. For starters, I encourage you to join the Florida Conservatives group. We Floridians must come together and work together to insure that the aberration that was BHO doesn't happen again and we can turn Florida back to a "Red" state. Also, the group has interesting dialogue which I'm sure you'd enjoy and perhaps through it, you’d make a lot of new friends.
I would also encourage you to join the Conservative Christian group. Given your interest in Christian leaders and God, not only would you be an invaluable addition, but you'd meet a lot of like minded-friends and profit thereby. As advertised, it’s a place for Christians to share thoughts, beliefs and concerns as they relate to today's political environment. I'm sure you'd enjoy the interaction and I know we'd enjoy any postings or comments you might want to contribute.
Then, depending on your interests, there are a veritable multitude of other groups that run the political and personality spectrum so take your pick(s) and enjoy your membership.