Monday, February 14, 2005

"Who defends those who defend us?"

That's the question raised by the site, DefendtheDefenders.org, "which stands behind the man who puts his life on the line again and again, who makes life or death decisions in the blazing heat, exhaustion, fear and confusion of war while conducting combat operations intended to capture or kill the enemy and as a result of his actions in combat becomes the subject of an investigation or even formal charges."

For all Americans, and especially those who seek to protect and stand up for troops who are caught in the political crossfire of criminal charges, that's the place where you can kick in to help.

Copy the link and send it your friends. What else can you do? Per Rosemary: call the DoD: (703) 422-7711; Name names: Gen. Richard Huck is the guy who brought the charges, it is believed. * * *. Give out the site http://www.defendthedefenders.org. Encourage others to post info about this, and include the links. Voice your opinion. Let people know what you think and how you feel about sending our men to kill the enemy and then charging them with PREMEDITATED Murder when they do. Always use credible sources when making assertations such as these. The more people know about this, the more heat we can provide. It's like trying to start a fire in the fireplace outside in the woods (with logs in a stone covered enclosement!) with one match. The more fire power we have, the hotter it gets. Also, give the toll free number to the Capitol 1 877-762-8762. Encourage people to make their voices heard on this issue to their Senators and Congresspeople. The White House number is 202-456-1111. The Chairman of the Armed Services is Sen. Lugar. You can ask the operator who answers to direct your call to the Chairman of the Armed Services.

Hat tip to Marty, who posted this originally on his site.

1 Comments:

At 3:30 PM, Blogger American On Line said...

Here's where the blog town can do some good; spread the word folks, its the right thing to do!

 

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