Another City On Lock-Down

Two sisters lay side by side in the graveyard. Victims of neglect by those who professed to love them the most, abused by those who took an oath to defend and protect. Nearly eight years ago the so-called “oath keepers” renamed them. One Hope. One Change.

Today in Arlington, their tombstones now bear their true names – Liberty and Justice.

People! LOOK at the pictures in the damn link!

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3 Responses to Another City On Lock-Down

  1. marblenecltr says:

    The murder of police officers is horrible and should be hated by all Americans, but the rate of those killings is lower than usual in past years. The media makes it seem a common event in this nation of well over three hundred million. Implementation of the Bush plan to impose Communist East German policies on America and Americans, a country and people that provided that family great wealth is taking place.

    • LadyRavenSDC says:

      Yes – the executions are horrible and the mouthpieces calling for exactly that need a piece of their own medicine. I am aware from recent readings about “lower than usual.”
      The media is working very hard on creating fear and you are so right on this attempt to impose Communist policies on this country.
      What I don’t get – Hussein Obama/no surprise there/he is loving it and proud of what he is doing – but the Bush’s in particular – not a one of them reeks of such a thing. Yet it is obviously there. Actions always speak louder than words and we – trusted – them!

      • marblenecltr says:

        The Bush connection goes back even before the Prescott Bush affiliation with the bankers Brown Brothers, Harriman; to GHWB, “It is the sacred principles enshrined in the United Nations Charter to which the American people will henceforth pledge their allegiance.”, Pres GHWB to the U. N. General Assembly, Feb. 1, 1992.
        Two good sources of info, “The Trillion Dollar Conspiracy”, Jim Marrs, and “Hope of the Wicked”, Ted Flynn.

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