This is a little late, since Veterans Day was yesterday but I went to see Michael Hoffman IVAW and Frank Corcoran (VVAW, Vets For Peace) speak and it shed a little light on the plight of soldiers for this country. No matter who you are, left, right, moderate, radical what have you, it is a tragedy the way veterans are treated. I have a cousin who is a veteran of this war and it's been incredibly important for her to have counseling and other veterans support groups. We may disagree about politics, but at the end of the day, soldiers (physically injured or otherwise) have to readjust and depend on the benefits they earned to transition back to society. But the sick thing is, that successive administrations since the 1980s have continued to cut back on VA benefits, despite many politicians using them for political purposes (either in campaigns, at the state of the Union, etc). Two groups, I've worked with and have come to know are Iraqi Veterans Against the War (www.ivaw.org) and Veterans For Peace (www.vetsforpeace.org). Both of these organizations fight for better VA benefits, help vets in returning to the country, and organize against the war/occupation in Iraq. If you're against the war i encourage you to support them in your community. Of course, veterans themselves are split on the war, like everyone else in this country, so if there are other Veterans groups who are helping vets, people should post them.