Dianne Ly - 7 minutes ago - examiner.com
signed and noted
All noted and petitions signed. Thank you Dianne.
An important follow up to The Sound of Silence. Pls read..thanks.
Dianne Ly - 40 minutes ago - derbyshiretimes.co.uk
Please Sign and Circulate this Petition for my Good Friend Carla V--
Here is the story on the importance of this one:
If you could spread it among your friends I would be very grateful.
I will not bore you if I had not really DESPERATE!
You may also advise sites or blogs with which I could spread this story?
Thank you very much and I apologize, I'm sorry to annoy, I would not if I had other opportunities to try to feel a bit 'better, try a little' less pain ..
If you get a chance, not for me, but for the wolves, you could go to the link: http://www.care2.com/news/member/100041282/3341385 and sign the petition for them.
signed and shared on facebook and twitter
Dianne Ly - 1 minute ago - examiner.com
Noted and forwarded. Thank you Dianne.
Dianne Ly - 15 minutes ago - examiner.com
Dianne Ly - 4 minutes ago - examiner.com
OSO FOUND A HOME PUMPKIN STILL NEEDS A HOME
I am so glad Oso found a home!
Great news for Oso. All noted and petitions already signed. Thank you Dianne.
All signed--good night
My Friends, would you please consider signing this petition to gain healthcare for those that were exposed to contaminated water at Camp LeJune and even though the military was aware of the problem it was covered up. It is so sad that we have to have petitions to force our military and our government to do what is right but hopefully with enough signatures we can do just that. I am enclosing a part of the petition for you to read and I am also enclosing a link to the petition at the bottom of the page. Thank you all for everything you do to make this world a better place.
What happened at Camp Lejeune is one the worst cases of drinking water contamination in American history. Nearly 1 million people drank, bathed, and cooked with the base's water for three decades.
When the Marine Corps learned about the poisoned water in the early 80s, federal law required them to clean it up. But the Marine Corps failed to tell the truth about the contamination until the late 90s, and even then only told part of the truth. Sadly, many who were stationed at Camp Lejeune still don't know why they were ill -- or don't know how vigilant they must be now about their health.
It has taken years to expose the truth, and the Marine Corps has fought transparency at every turn -- delaying funding for health studies, withholding key documents and failing to disclose the true extent of the contamination to the public, the media, and Congress until forced to do so.
I have appealed to Marine Corps leadership to make things right for the families who have suffered, and I have testified before Congress asking for transparency and medical help for those who are now ill. The stories of families like mine have been documented in the film Semper Fi: Always Faithful. You can learn more about what happened here: www.tftptf.com.
Thousands of people who were poisoned at Camp Lejeune are struggling without access to the medical care they need. It's time for the U.S. government to provide the people who are still suffering the effects of the toxic water at Camp Lejeune with health care. We volunteered to serve and protect our nation...we never volunteered to be poisoned by our own leaders!
Thanx Sandra=here are some from force change...
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