Today's Washington Post features two sections with photos. I thought them an interesting contrast.
In the Metro section, there are photos and a story about the Occupy DC protestors and how they're wasting away on their hunger strikes.
In the Real Estate section, there are photos and a story about Wounded Warriors who have chosen to stay on active duty and for whom (and others) the military has designed adapted housing designed to accommodate their injuries but also provide them dignity, i.e. the house does not scream from the outside "Wounded Warrior Lives Here".
I couldn't get the link to the photos to work, so I'll just leave it to your imagination or you can go to the Washington Post website to see them.
But I leave you with this thought. The Wounded Warriors have given arms, legs, and mobility in order to preserve the right of the Occupy DC protestors to starve themselves to death in pursuit of a political point.