Think about it. Imagine it.
With the time, money and effort we have frittered away in Iraq, we could have developed a fully functional artificial visual guidance device for the blind, and fitted every blind person in the country with such a device. With it, they would move about with the same assurance as a sighted person under the same conditions.
And to boot, there are those of our men and women now dead who would be alive.
We need to re-establish a sane sense of value in this nation before it is too late. That means now.
Allen N. Wollscheidt, Payson