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How does your holiday spending this year compare to last year?


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William J. Saylor

December 16, 2010 - 7:25am

Spending more on the wife and I, and less on others.


December 16, 2010 - 5:20pm

Is this the American Legion or Martha Stewart? What the heck are you guys thinking about there at AL? When issues like Don't Ask, Don't Tell loom big on the news today, you are asking mamby pamby questions like our Christmas shopping expenditures! Good grief. (There, see - no swear words.)

Ron Kriel

George Vinyard

December 16, 2010 - 5:55pm

I am not spending for the holliday season like the Obama's are I spent for CHRISTMAS. I actually spent more on my wife as this may be her last as she has terminal cancer. I pray that people will continue to keep kicking in to the breast cancer (Susan B Koleman) foundation. We need to find a cure. Appreciate any prayers for my wife (Jenny) Thanks


December 17, 2010 - 2:33am

I've read from various sources that the Koman foundation does not entirely fight breast cancer. They support and are supported by Planned Parenthood, which performs abortions.
If anyone wants to donate to any charity to fight breast cancer, donate to your local hospital research facility. Or donate to the hospital in your state which researches cures for breast cancer.
But, do not donate to the Koman foundation.

Tim Foor

December 20, 2010 - 11:29am

Commander, With All do Respect to Your Rank/Title.
PLEASE Stop acting like a "Jackwagon".

I Highly Suggest the Efforts be more Exerted into CONSERVATIVE Political Issues involvement, here.
Like the Economy, Job Creation and Income Procurement. HELPing a Veteran, with Financial Issues.

Put a STOP to Liberal Agenda BS.

"Wake Up" or the American Legion may someday find out, that it's National Charter has been Dissolved/Revoked, by Congress or the Judicial System. Since, they've seem to be doing that lately.

Of course, that'll be over my Eagle, Globe & Anchor and Special Forces Crest.
Semper Fidelis. De Oppresso Liber.

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