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Family on front line in fight for peace

A previous writer suggested that the “hot heads” put their family members on the front lines. We submit that by not committing our brave soldiers – one of which is our son – to war or even peace-keeping missions in other countries, they ARE putting their family members on the front lines.

There are very few people who want us to go to war; however, if that is what it takes to promote a peaceful, or perhaps just a more secure, existence, then so be it.

The writer should talk to a soldier or the family of a soldier. They are firmly supportive of our current president and his advisers.

Carole and Lee McCallum

Nevada City

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