Good one. You had me going for a moment there. That hypocrite comment is a pretty good one to fire someone up. Maybe I can be a little clearer. The man served twenty years for his country. Yes, I think he deserves our gratitude, respect and to be treated with dignity for that. If you think otherwise, it's a free country. More power to you. No one can be given happiness from someone else. That's on them. But I think the man has earned it and hope he can find the means to that end for himself. And if there is anything anyone can do to make his journey easier then it's a good thing. As far as the 'nobody owes you anything but what they agreed to give you' stuff..... Well, thank God that America is not made up of people who all believe that. The most generous nation on earth gives more of everything to more people than any other country in the world. It's amazing, it's inspiring and it's the right thing to do. I get that there will always be people that think they should take care of only themselves and that's okay. As long as there are enough other people to step up and extend a hand when someone needs it we will always make out okay. And one day when you need an assist I hope help is there for you as well. I wish you all the best.