WASHINGTON – The National Association of Ghost Horses, or NAGH, has spoken out against a memorial for military working dogs, sources confirmed today. “It’s a matter of fairness,” said Cincinnati, NAGH’s spokeshorse. “We horses have borne the worst of the battle, and haven’t received a fraction of the adoration military working dogs do. We're stomping mad. I, for one, had to carry Ulysses S. Grant’s fat ass into battle, where I watched my brother horses get bayonetted. Little Fluffy did what? Sniffed something? He sniffed something and everyone thinks he should get a statue."