In Boston and beyond, thanks and jubilation

In Boston and beyond, thanks and jubilation

BOSTON (AP) - They gathered in silence on Boylston Street, just three blocks away from the chaos and carnage caused by twin bombings four days earlier. Some were crying.

Boston University student Aaron Wengertsman, 19, wrapped himself in an American flag. He was on the marathon route a mile from the finish line when the bombs exploded. SOURCE

Kudos to the Law Officers from all over New England that participated in the take-down of these Chechen MUSLIM Terrorists, and to the people of Watertown I say this; YOU FOLKS ARE AWESOME! Last night I saw the citizen’s line up to CHEER, APPLAUD and CONGRATULATE the LEOs that took care of business. That was PURE CLASS!

What I haven’t heard or seen is the talking heads from the MSM retract or apologize for the assertions made about WHO did this horrendous act.

Wake up America; the MEDIA and Hollywood are filled with FAR LEFT, anti-American Libtards that wish for the destruction of the nation as much as any terrorist.

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16 Responses to In Boston and beyond, thanks and jubilation

  1. Katie says:

    There were a few things that made me uneasy yesterday:

    1. People letting the police to just walk in their homes and search them. They were looking in the wrong area for one and what if they found something illegal? Or something they didn’t like?

    2. The cheering on the streets afterwards. I found it in bad taste given that 1 policeman was dead and another was fighting for his life.

    The suspect was caught because a citizen saw something that was out of place, checked it out and then called authorities.

    Exactly what a good citizen is suppose to do.

  2. dinosaur863 says:

    I too liked the cheering for the ‘good guys’ nice to hear that for a change… I know when I was working it was few and far between, but it bothers me that DC and many other in America still are pandering to Muslims. Too many people say oh they’re really good folks, they mean us no harm - again, deafening silence from the ‘good’ middle of the road Muslims, living here in the U.S. not A WORD that I have seen.

    Again, great job by the cops - and the restraint they showed in taking this murderer alive? All I can say is wow! Great job by Law Enforcement!

    • TexasFred says:

      What I saw last night was a HUGE exhibition of CLASS and LOVE from the people of Watertown… I salute them ALL…

      As to the Muslims; I know it’s impossible to make happen but personally I would like to see them ALL dead… D E A D dead…

  3. LD Jackson says:

    I didn’t get to watch Fox News on my computer as this was unfolding, but I did listen to the radio as it progressed. I got the feeling the citizens of Watertown took it all in stride and did what they should do.

    The one question I do have is why the owner of the boat was foolish enough to investigate what he saw on his own. I am making the assumption he was unarmed when he placed the ladder on the side of the boat and stuck his head through the hole in the tarp. He should have called the police when he noticed the blood, especially considering they were already on his street. But, they still got their man, so everything worked out.

    • TexasFred says:

      Personally, I would have called the PD long before I stuck MY head in too… :P

      • LD Jackson says:

        Very true, Fred. I don’t own a semiautomatic handgun, but my Ruger Redhawk .44 Magnum would have been in my hand, had I taken the notion to approach the boat. ;) Calling the police would have been a much better option.

  4. BARR says:

    This is a good article showing the terrorist Tsarnaev brothers islamic links..

    Chechnya connections build picture of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

    Now that we have captured the muslim jihadi terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev alive, time to break out that waterboard thingy….

  5. Bloviating Zeppelin says:

    Some people say: who cares why these guys did what they did?

    I say: The only reason I care is so anyone linked with these fucksticks can have THEIR heads severed, then stuffed with pork.


    • TexasFred says:

      Exactly… And I care about the celebration and adoration the citizens showed the cops… How many times does a Cop get cheered for doing his job?

      Not too damned many, and if *someone* had ANY sense they would know where I fall in on Police and kudos when well earned..

  6. Patrick Sperry says:

    Finally, the people that went into harms way got some direct applause!

    Have to love it when the good guys win!

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