CT Denying Deceased Vets Honor Guard Salutes at Their Funerals. Yet they have money for Planned Parenthood and bus line expansion. Leavenworth would be too good for Gov. Dan Malloy D-Conn. H/T poppajoe49

Even as veterans are being denied a final salute, the Malloy-Wyman administration found time to pledge up to $6 million for Planned Parenthood if the federal government defunds the organization at any point.

And, as Reclaim Connecticut reported last week, the Malloy administration also rolled out a $1 million-plus expansion of Connecticut’s bus system.

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coach
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This is not complicated. Dead babies bring more votes to Democrats than dead veterans

Not so silent
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Buses to get to the abortion clinic are way more important than honoring a vet. Another democrat, another nazi.

JPTravis
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Why in the world is the state financing that in the first place? Around here, honor salutes for veterans are done by volunteers, I think from the nearest VFW or American Legion.

poppajoe49
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It’s done by the National Guard unit attached to whatever branch the veteran served in, that’s why the state pays for it.
My dad’s funeral was done by the New Jersey Air National Guard. They do it in full dress military uniform, and it is their primary duty.

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