Frein apparently works at Beth Am Synagogue doing meaningful tasks such as editing the monthly bulletin.
She just wants all the killing to stop, she weeps, her watery eyes seeping real, true tears.
She wants the bomber's family to have "closure" and "has sympathy" for them.
The theory is that she can't do this because the VA has to approve burials. Let's hope Obama doesn't get his fingers in that one.
Arlington has responded by saying the bomber "will not be buried there."
Her face turns mean, mean, when asked what America will think of this bold act of weepy Julie's.
"They'll just have to get over it, " she says, pursing her lips. "Nobody," she weeps, "deserves to rot above ground."
Uh huh. Well, Americans disagree.
Unfortunately for Ms. Frein, here are the requirements to be buried at Arlington:
d.Any former member of the Armed Forces whose last active duty (other than for training) military service terminated honorably and who has been awarded one of the following decorations:Arlington has responded by saying the bomber "will not be buried there."
1.Medal of Honor
2.Distinguished Service Cross (Air Force Cross or Navy Cross)
3.Distinguished Service Medal
Bite me, Julie Frein.