Skip to comments.Treason in America: Move Over ‘Hanoi Jane’ – Meet ‘Baghdad Barbara,’
Posted on 10/15/2010 1:27:23 PM PDT by Tom Jefferson
n November and December of 2004, U.S. Marines were involved in the heaviest urban combat since the Vietnam War as they went house-to-house rooting out insurgents in the terror stronghold of Fallujah, Iraq. In all, fifty-one brave Americans would be killed and 560 wounded in the battle that would be the bloodiest of the Iraq War but one which would eventually turn the tide toward victory in Iraq and signal a significant defeat for Americas radical Islamic enemies.
Shockingly and tragically, at the same time our servicemen were staring into the eyes of evil, Senator Barbara Boxer and Congressman Henry Waxman were conspiring with radical leftist groups Code Pink and Global Exchange. Groups who were committed to Americas defeat in Iraq and were providing aid and support to our nations enemies. In December 2004, Boxer and Waxman (along with fellow congressmen Dennis Kucinich of Ohio and Raul Grijalva of Arizona) signed letters of diplomatic courtesy to the U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan, facilitating the transfer of more than $600,000 in cash and supplies to the insurgents and their families who were fighting and murdering U.S. servicemen and contractors in Fallujah. Henry Waxmans letter, dated December 14, 2004, was addressed to American Consul General Daniel Goodspeed and requested assistance on behalf of radical anti-war groups Palisadians for Peace and Global Exchange.
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No one in California cares about this. Boxer still leads in the polls...
Are you catching this, Carly?
Including Boxer's opponent.
John F’n Kerry went to France to give aid to the Viet Cong in 1971 while he was still an officer in the Naval Reserve. He should be rotting in Leavenworth, but you know the rest. Libs come from an unbroken line of traitors.
I just EMailed Breitbart’s link to Geraghty at NRO Campaign Spot...
BTTT Also pinged some pretty huge email lists with this. May I recommend other Freepers do the same?
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