NEVER FORGET -IMPEACH OBAMA/HOLDER
- 2009/11/13 19:34:52
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Joe Leiberman, "the terrorists who planned, participated in,
and aided the September 11, 2001 attacks on the Trade Towers are war
criminals, not common criminals."
Visit: http;//www.thebravest.com/neverforget and sign the petition.
along with: http://www.KeepAmericaSafe.com and http://www.911familiesforamerica.com
Recently Congress voted down a bi-partisan bill that would have ensured
that the terrorists who brought death and destruction to our homeland
on 9/11, 2001 would be tried as war criminals in military courts, not
as common criminals tried in civilian courts with full Constitutional
protections on American soil. The Obama administration has not been
truthful with the public about the risks associated with bringing these
cases in federal court, where critical evidence will be excluded,
classified intelligence will be made available to our enemies, foreign
counterterrorism partners will be exposed and the "mastermind of 9/11"
will be allowed to mock his victims just blocks from where they died.
This week letters were sent to President Barack Obama, Attorney General
Eric Holder, and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates questioning the
wisdom of bringing these terrorists onto United States soil to try them
in civilian courts for their grievous crimes against this great
country, including the murder of 343 New York City firefighters.
* In a brazen flaunting of the Constitution of the United States, and
the will of the American people, the Attorney General of the United
States, Eric Holder, and President of the United States, Barak Hussein
Obama, have unilaterally decided that the mastermind of the 9/11
terrorism attack on the United States will be tried in civilian court
in New York City!
We remember the cruel attack and the aftermath. We remember the
thousands of innocent victims. We remember the resolve of our brave
firefighters, police, military, and prior president to see justice
This is NOT justice! This is a TRAVESTY! These should be tried in military court!
Thanks for listening.
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