To the Editor:
My son-in-law, Patrick Rose, was one of the men that is being sent to Iraq also.
I went to the RCA Dome too, with my husband, daughter and two sets of twin girls. The ceremony was great, but I had a few complaints.
And that is that there was no security whatsoever. It was supposed to be not open to the public. But anybody from anywhere could have walked in that place with all kinds of weapons.
It upsets me that they can pat you down for a Colts game, but I guess the men, women and the families aren't that important.
Of course, we had a lot of representatives from the state and government, which they gave great speeches.
Also, they sold food. What was that all about? I won't even mention about the parking. But you can just about guess what that was like.
My prayers go out to these men, women and their families. May God bless them all.
Just one more thing. I am proud of the men and women who are giving up their lives for us.