Comment: It's actually taking our military and support into slavery

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It's actually taking our military and support into slavery

furloughing 800K people working for the military and it's support, rather than cut to spending on weapons and their support, is actually designed to do what? Save money? How does furloughing 800K people save money?

Can a person in the military or signed onto contracts with the military quit their contract with the government and find work in the private sector? Are there attorney's to fight (it appears that we do not, the attorneys are the first to jump into the pork barrel of politics and why we have a problem).

What am I seeing in the still? What are those flags around that building? What building is that? What am I looking at? A shot of the pentegon, Nato?