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Archive for November 14th, 2009

ft_hood_memorial_01 World Net Daily’s  Art Moore reported today that

“Despite recent reports of new evidence of its ties to terrorism, the Council on American-Islamic Relations is boasting of its success in the wake of the Fort Hood massacre as a spokesman in numerous major media outlets for a religious community “shocked” by the attack and incensed that anyone would associate them with it.

In a fundraising letter, CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad told potential donors that within hours of the attack by a Muslim Army major, the Washington, D.C.-based group issued a statement of condemnation to thousands of local, national and international media outlets.

“Perhaps you saw CAIR spokespeople interviewed on MSNBC’s Hardball or on PBS’s NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, CNN, MSNBC, or the BBC,” Awad writes. “Or maybe you read CAIR quotes in the Washington Post, New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, or USA Today.”

As David Gaubatz has told us on my shows,  most recently on October 19th, CAIR  has proven ties to Islamic Jihadists and has helped to infiltrate all branches of our government at the highest levels. 

So…what is our government waiting for?  Or…it is THIS incident that they have been waiting for…?

Let the flame of freedom continue to burn.  We SHALL prevail.

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pvtmichaelpearsonfthood I dedicate this post to Pvt. Michael Pearson and his family.  Although we had other tasks to complete, my dear friend and fellow Patriot Mary and I drove to Joliet, IL today to pay our respects to Pvt. Pearson and offer our condolences.  Nothing is more important than honoring our Military and their families.   There are simply no words to adequately describe the experience of paying respects to a soldier killed in a domestic terrorist attack that that COULD HAVE BEEN prevented;  there are no words adequate to express the grief, rage and condolence to a family.  Yet we felt we owed it to Pvt. Pearson, his family and to our nation to go and express our support.  For this did not just happen to Pvt. Pearson and his family and friends.  Although they are the ones for whom life is forever changed, for they will never have him amongst them again on this earth, we, too,  are all victims of this tragedy, and it affects all of us.  We are a nation unprotected; our military at Ft. Hood is not allowed to carry firearms on their own base.  Civilian responders were the only protection against a Jihadist sleeper who killed 13 people, yelling “allah akbar” all the time he was shooting.

WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO AWAKEN THE REST OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE? 

As Mary and I drove through rush hour traffic jams and government funded road construction and got lost in endless dark cornfields on our way to a political meeting, our thoughts remained with the Pearson family, the other Ft. Hood victims and indeed, all Americans, for in grief and outrage, there is action waiting to be born, carried on compassion and love of Country.  We shall prevail.

In Memory:

Lt. Col. Juanita L. Warman

Maj. Libardo E. Caraveo

Capt. John P. Gaffaney

Capt. Russell G. Seager

Staff Sgt. Justin M. DeCrow

Sgt. Amy S. Krueger

Spc. Jason D. Hunt

Spc. Frederick Z. Greene

Pfc. Aaron T. Nemelka

Spc. Kham S. Xiong

Pvt. Francheska Velez

Michael G. Cahill

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