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Civilians Fighting For Our Soldiers Right to Pay

45 Signatures Goal: 100

We, as civilians feel that our soldiers fighting for our country are being wronged. The Government has decided that since their \"budget\" for war was only planned for six months... that they can decrease our soldiers pay. But, the Government is not willing to send our soldiers home. Instead, our Government would prefer that our soldiers stay in Iraq and keep fighting for our freedom while they take a pay cut. Families stateside of these soldiers depend on this extra income to send clothing, personal hygiene, and other necessities the Army doesn\'t provide. We, as United States citizens have always shown support to our country and now is the time to stand up for our soldiers and help us fight for their rights to keep their pay as is or be sent back home with their families. By signing this petition, you are supporting our soldiers abroad fighting for our country.... Let us never forget those who are out there fighting for our freedom and keeping our country safe.

Sponsor

This petition is sponsored by military spouses and families who will be effected by this decision to cut pay.

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Signatures

  • 8 years ago
    rosemary acuna United States
    8 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Jeffrey Cogdill United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Gene Cogdill United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Jeanie Cogdill United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Barry Cogdill United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Timothy Vaughan United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    verna towe United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Patricia Vaughan United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Jamie Sponsel United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Pat Sponsel United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Eva Weir United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Tony Weir United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    april daugherty United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Lou Liles United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    darrell hutchison United Kingdom
    12 years ago
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