Skip to comments.Treason in America: Move Over ‘Hanoi Jane’ – Meet ‘Baghdad Barbara,’ ‘Weasel Waxman,’ and ‘Jihad...'
Posted on 10/15/2010 3:58:03 PM PDT by neverdem
Meet Baghdad Barbara, Weasel Waxman, and Jihad Jodie
In 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 America's 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 America's defeat in Iraq and were providing aid and support to our nation's 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 Waxman's 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.
As I detail in my newest book, Conduct Unbecoming: How Barack is Destroying the Military and Endangering Our Security, Global Exchange and its sister group Code Pink are anti-military organizations intent on undermining America in its war against radical Islamic fundamentalism...
(Excerpt) Read more at bigpeace.com ...
I wonder if waxman/boxer were actually born in America? They sure don’t act like it.
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Those traitors should be tried, convicted and punished to the max.
Will never happen under this administration or any other one. Treason is in the eye of the beholder.
I hope that California Freepers have Fiorina campaign signs in their front yards.
Who is that?
Unfortunately, you are correct.
Treason? Listen for 5 min. if you can to randi rhodes
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Shall I put that next to my Abel Maldonado and DREAM Act signs?
Oh! Its Palin! I didn’t recognize her for some reason.
Its an earlier photo, from when she was mayor of Wasilla, Alaska.
Thanks for the ping!
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.
This should have been, and still should be, a lead story in all media outlets. Even Fox News has failed to fulfill its role as a real media outlet. That is not an accident and it isn't going unnoticed.
A country that fails to deal with its traitors ends up putting them in power. 0bama is proof enough of that.
How true! Good tag line too by the way.
It would be a good tagline. I like the one I’m sporting right now though.
That one is good too. I forgot to tell you that...
WOW! Thanks for the ping/post! HOORAY Lt.Col.Robert “Buzz” Patterson and Andrew Breitbart!
ie, Medea Benjamin, Global Exchange, links to several interesting older articles:
Americas Fifth Column Goes to Iraq
By Ben Johnson
July 28, 2003
To Fallujah, with Love
By Ben Johnson
January 5, 2005
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