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VFW Stands With Belgium

VFW National Commander John Biedrzycki said the VFW stands with ally Belgium
as it mourns in the wake of a vicious and cowardly attack on Tuesday by
radical Islamic extremists who are "hell-bent on destroying us and our
entire way of life." The Chief called America vulnerable because it has
porous borders, a broken immigration system, and elected and appointed
officials who refuse to recognize this enemy as a threat to national
security. He also said America is weakened by a Congress that still refuses
to eliminate sequestration, which takes a meat cleaver to the budgets of
national defense, intelligence and homeland security. Biedrzycki said
America has been caught sleeping twice, on Dec. 7, 1941, and on Sept. 11,
2001. "There must not be a third time," he said, "and that's why the VFW
will do what we must to force Washington to wake up and destroy this enemy
before they strike our homeland. There is no higher nor more immediate
national priority."

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