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Until All The Men Are Back Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them Does he not leave the ninety-nine in the open country and goes after the lost sheep until he finds it And when he finds it he puts it on his shoulders and goes home Then he calls everyone and says Rejoice with me I have found my lost sheep Jesus Christ Luke 154-6 For some thirty years two thousand four hundred thirteen 2413 souls have been crying out for freedom but they are waiting as lost sheep for their shepherd to find The title whether Prisoner Of War Missing In Action or Killed In Action bnr body not recovered matters not There is terrible wrong that continues to be allowed to perpetrate the halls of the United States Congress and the office of the President The United States government considers these men and women more easily pronounced dead than becoming stuck within the quagmire of Vietnam investigations again The majority attitude is to remember them in a past tense manner a manner of out of sight out of mind The POWMIA personnel took an oath upon entry into the armed forces which the United States government needs to reciprocate Within the context of this oath are phrases such as I am prepared to give my life in my countrys defense There are sworn words such as I will never forget that I am an American and dedicated to the principles which made my country free The men and women falling under the aforementioned titles of POW MIA or KIA bnr need the same commitment shown them as the sheep in the scriptural quote above The shepherd the people of the United States should commit to finding the lost and bring them back to the flock This must be our mutual oath to the ones sitting day and night year after year in the
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