What We Could Have Done With Resources Spent In Iraq



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

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