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I think I’m the first to break this so enjoy your last 15 minutes Zamudio, I hope your pension/school money lasted…
Poster Boy for the Army National Guard Stewart Zamudio was interviewed by a website called nocureforthat.com, I won’t dignify them with a link. Basically he says while in his uniform that…
“If you are considering enlisting DON’T ENLIST”
The interview is by David “No Nuts” Fleetwood who met with the official poster boy for the National Guard advertising campaign, Stewart Zamudio. He is so disillusioned by the corruption and incompetent handling of the Iraq War, that he is speaking out and asking people not to enlist!
Here is his original commercial for the National Guard…
“I joined the Army National Guard in April of 2000 to April of 2006. During this time I did a number of security missions in and around New York City after 9.11. My most memorable experience was helping out at Ground Zero after 9-11, which I am greatly proud of. I was one of the two soldiers who was chosen to participate in the Army National Guard Campaign for 2006-2007. Which included a New York Army National Guard Commercial, Website Interview, Theatre Commercial, Radio, and photographs.”
“I felt at that time very strongly that the President had the right idea, but the wrong delivery for the war campaign in Iraq. I fully trusted the President that he would lead us properly after 9.11, as many others have as well. I had high hopes that my Commander in Chief would lead us to victory. But he let me down, he let this miltary down, and most of all he let this country down! I never went overseas so my views are not tainted with war visions, but with war stories from fellow soldiers. My perspective on the war is somewhat coming from an angle of a new recruit.”
“That is why I am recalling my message. I would NOT join the Army National Guard at this time because the risk of getting killed or injured is too high.”
From Wake Up Americans
From: Colonel Simcock, USMC
“US Marine Colonel Simcock, the commander of USMC Regimental Combat Team 6 in Iraq, is asking for 6,000 positive emails to his Marines.
That’s one email for each Marine in his RCT command. COL Simcock is concerned about the effect of the negative barrage that those Marines are getting through the electronic media.
“If you’re reading this email, then you can probably click on the address, type a few words, and then hit “send” to be all done.
It doesn’t have to be the Gettysburg Address. Something as simple as “Hello, Marine. We thank you for what you’re doing.
You are in a noble task. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Best wishes &get home soon” is more than sufficient.
I find that the part I put in bold is the most offensive. Whether you agree with the war or not, to send a “barrage of negative messages through electronic media” to our troops is utterly outrageous. It is not the war that is demoralizing them, it is the negative barrage of messages through electronic media as per their own commander.
Do people NOT understand that our troops, in this day and age of the internet, are seeing what you are saying…. and so are our enemies?
These morons deliberately ignore that simple basic concept as they are spewing their hatred.
Our troops need to know we appreciate them and all they do for us.
Is it THAT hard to actually give them that support?
For some it seems to be. They should be ashamed of themselves.
EMAIL A MARINE. Tell them how much they mean to us. Take 30 seconds right now and just do it, ok?
In honor of the 6th anniversary of the worst event in my lifetime I will not be posting anything today. I just want to say this…
I awoke that day to my wife shaking me. She was crying and saying “They attacked us… they ‘re blowing up buildings with planes…” I said “Whatever: and rolled over. She shook me more, I looked up to see tears streaming down her face. I went downstairs to see my son sitting in front of the tv, watching people jump from the World Trade Center. He was 2… My life was changed that day. So was his, and yours.
NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET NEVER FORGET …
I know I said I wouldn’t post today but you have to see this. It is the new video of Osama bin Laden introducing the “martyr” Waleed al Shehri who was one of the 19 men responsible for the mass murders of 9/11. The video does not show bin Laden, rather it is a voice over with a static image. The video is subtitled in English. Via The Jawa Report..
I hope you both burn in hell
Waleed al Shehri was on board Flight 11 and is thought, along with his brother Wail al-Shehri, to have murdered at least two flight attendants during the hijacking. Mohammed Atta flew the plane. The plane eventually was crashed by Atta into World Trade Center North Tower 1. Bin Laden says he’s an example that all Muslims should follow to joint the “Caravan of martyrs”. Murdering innocent men, women, and children–such an example! It is not clear when the audio of bin Laden was made, but references to the death of Abu Musab al Zarqawi make it seem likely that it’s no more than 15 months old.
This guy just makes me sick. He’s such a hypocrite! Here is the story from CNN Political Ticker…
WASHINGTON (CNN) – Sen. John Kerry, D-Massachusetts, criticized MoveOn.org Monday for taking an ad out in The New York Times criticizing Gen. David Petraeus. The general is testifying before Congress today about the situation in Iraq. (Related: Dems join GOP in slamming ad attacking Petraeus)
“I don’t like any kind of characterizations in our politics that call into question any active duty, distinguished general,” Kerry told CNN, adding “who I think under any circumstances serves with the best interests of our country.”
Kerry is a decorated Vietnam War veteran who was awarded two Purple Hearts. In his 2004 presidential campaign, Kerry was attacked by the group Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, who questioned his service in the war.
Kerry called the MoveOn.org ad “over the top” and specifically noted that he did not like the wording in the text.
“I didn’t like the terminology,” he said. “I didn’t like it.”
The ad shows a picture of Petraeus with the words “General Petraeus or General Betray us?”
Here he is in April 1971…
Here he is calling the troops terrorists…
Kerry Gets Pw3net