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Help support the U.S. Marines

February 2nd, 2008 . by TexasFred

To: The City Council, Mayor and City Manager of Berkeley, California

We, the undersigned, do register our complete outrage with the City of Berkeley for the recent resolutions that criticized our Marines, as part of an effort to harass the Marine Recruiting Center and chase all vestiges of the United States military outside of the city of Berkeley, California.

We take particular umbrage with the instructions given to the City Manager of Berkeley to tell the United States Marines that they are, “uninvited and unwelcome intruders.”

It is shameful for you to attack our military men and women who nobly and bravely serve this nation to protect our security and defend our freedoms and liberties. Those liberties include the right to Freedom of Speech, which you seem to believe should not be afforded to the members of the United States Marine Corps and service personnel in other branches of the Armed Forces.

I call upon you to immediately revoke the resolutions passed that defamed and insulted our U.S. Marines and issue a public apology to this nation, and in particular, the honorable and heroic men and women of the United States military.

Sign HERE!

And a HUGE H/T to An Ol’ Broad’s Ramblings, that’s where I found this, PLEASE sign the petition..

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4 Responses to “Help support the U.S. Marines”

  1. comment number 1 by: jo

    Thanx Fred…finally someplace to express my outrage.
    I seriously hope that Cali falls in the ocean soon…well, except for where Robert and BZ live.

  2. comment number 2 by: Cheryl

    There’s a counter protest scheduled on 2/12 at the regular meeting of the city council. Lots of veterans groups and patriots are galvanizing.

    I’d thank everyone to remember not all Californians are nuts, anarchists or from Berkeley.

  3. comment number 3 by: Bob

    Done! Semper Fi!!!

  4. comment number 4 by: Bloviating Zeppelin

    Consider it signed.


    Jo: far as I’m concerned, Fornicalia CAN fall into the ocean. I’m at the 4,000 foot level, just a tad too high for Ocean Front property — though I wouldn’t turn it down!