VETERANS DAY 2016, THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!

Posted: November 10, 2016 in Uncategorized

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TMC respects and honors those who have served are armed services to keep the freedoms many take for granted..

The Benghazi Incident, a story which displays something about our American culture, when push comes to shove, we are there.  These Americans did their duty and held their positions because it was the right thing to do…  Then you have the following.. She blamed it on a video, which was a figment of their imagination, according to news sources, it never occurred..  Comments welcomed!

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  1. pattyverwiel says:

    please remove me from your email list No matter that patriotism is too often the refuge of scoundrels. Dissent, rebellion, and all-around hell-raising remain the true duty of patriots.” —Barbara Ehrenreich …because Democracy is not a spectator sport.  – Unknown

    • Patty all you have to do is “unfollow,” and you will be removed! You may be offended but this is our veteran history. We are a “Constitutional Republic,” not a “Democracy.” You will not find a “safe space” on this site because it is not reality. Best, Javier Moreno

      • I am a veteran, and I appreciate TMC’s posting about the criminal Hillary Clinton. She and Obama have made our country the laughing stock of our enemies, who are increasingly threatening our military to see what they can get away with.

  2. Veteran’s Day is sacred. My ancestor was one of those whose death was used to excuse the internment of the Japanese Americans in WW2. I stand with Mark Takano and others who condemn the one who said that Japanese American internment is the precedent towards any “database” involving any American citizens. That’s not what one veteran who died in defense of our country would have ever wanted. THIS is what he was fighting aganst.

    —-Captain Freedom

    • Again, Mark Takano is misinforming the public as the DNC does, and has been found to be corrupt and colluded with the main stream media according to the expose of emails. Shame on them. The US has the right to follow anyone on a VISA entering the country! Takano is wrong..this has nothing to do with a data base in reference to US Citizens, that would be unconstitutional! as it was in WWII. I would think twice before electing Takano again, just look at his union supporters, it is not about the American people, but an agenda that foreplays the DNC.. I actually have to call him out on this one, Franklin Delano Rooselvelt, Democrat, in 1942 issues Proclamation No. 2537, requiring aliens from World War II-enemy countries–Italy, Germany and Japan–to register with the United States Department of Justice. Registered persons were then issued a Certificate of Identification for Aliens of Enemy Nationality. A follow-up to the Alien Registration Act of 1940, Proclamation No. 2537 facilitated the beginning of full-scale internment of Japanese Americans the following month. Congressman Takano, if you would like to publicly apologize for your own parties actions, please do so. Also, you may want to apologize for “Jim Crow Laws.” Jesus Christ, you are the party of the ‘KKK,’ historically. This is ‘disgusting!’ Javier Moreno

  3. The US has that right via DHS and Customs/Immigration neither of whom were allowed feedback when Trump issued his ban. His only “feedback” was Stephen Bannon and a handful of WH interns that helped him with the language. Flawed language which is why nearly 30 federal judges have issued stays against it so far. Trump’s disrespect towards DHS and the military (given his decision to exclude the joint chief of staff in favor of Bannon in the NSC meetings) led to total chaos in many of these airports. DHS and customs/immigration left out of loop and both are pissed. I don’t blame them.

    Case in point, LAX, first day of the ban. LAX customs/immigrations detained over 200 holders of green cards not visa holders, green card owners from a vast assortment of countries including those not involving the seven nations covered by Trump’s ban. It involved ALL green card holders arriving into LAX that day. This included individuals who were experiencing severe demential and mental illness who were separated by their family members and/or caretakers and left to sit for hours inside a room without any assistance to be processed. How does that keep America safe?

    Again that Iraqi soldier/translator to US forces in Iraq who after years of having the lives of himself and family threatened due to his service to our country took out a special visa allowing him to immigrate to the US, his “reward” for his service was 17 hours spent in handcuffs in Dulles airport before he was the ACLU’s plaintiff in its successful attempt to get a stay on the ban in US District Court. He’d been vetted adequately, he should have gotten a medal and an honorable welcome to the US for his brave service. Instead, nearly a full day handcuffed like a common criminal. A four month old Iraqi baby nearly turned back even though she needed life saving heart surgery. She got a waiver and a kind surgeon in Manhattan offered to do her surgery for free! How does barring this small baby (not to mention another baby separated from her mother in NY) keep America safe?

    Vetting visas IS important but blanket bans seldom work. And if you’re going to do a blanket ban and justify it through invokation of 9-11 and San Bernardino shootings then why exclude Saudi Arabia, UAE and Egypt (9-11 along with Lebanon also not included) and Pakistan and Saudi Arabia (San Bernardino shooting) as countries banned? Because Trump has financial interests/ties with SA, UAE, Egypt and Indonesia (largest Muslim country in the world) so when Bannon drafts the bans with the WH interns, he’ll exclude Trump’s financial interests.

    Upon reading all this you might label me a HRC sympathizer. I’m not. I do believe keeping America safe is important but not lost on me that it’s not HRC in all her incompetency that’s being used in propaganda videos to recruit radical Islamic terrorist followers by ISIS, it’s Trump that’s being used to those ends.

    BTW, NICE going to Trump who within his first week in office approved an action that led to the deaths of 15 women and children not to mention a NAVY Seal. Sadly because of all the people who were attending the confidential briefing on the mission,.Trump was the one that chose not to sit in on it even though he’s the one who signed off on it.

    Having a loved one who could potentially be in that same situation because Trump chooses twitter and winging against SNL and inauguration numbers over being briefed on top secret operation, I can’t support him. It’s scary having a loved one that’s in this mix. Grateful to WH Fifth Column for info including AltStateDept and AltHomelandSecurity.

    Also just getting started is changes in getting electronic tourist visas including in countries outside of those listed in Trump’s ban.

    p.s The ban is only a start. That database is coming down the pike.

    —Captain Freedom

  4. Takano is wrong..this has nothing to do with a data base in reference to US Citizens, that would be unconstitutional! as it was in WWII. ”

    Actually no, keeping a database wasn’t unconstitutional in WWII. Nor was interning the Japanese Americans into detention camps. FDR’s EO was upheld in the landmark SCOTUS case Karomatsu vs the United States. The judicial decision by the majority of SCOTUS as well as minority opinions by three dissenting justices with three separate legal arguments is available for you to read online.

    Totally legal at the time. Seen as a human rights violation only years after the fact. Hindsight being its usual 20/20 vision. It’s not Takano that’s connecting the dots between a blanket visa/green card ban targeting members of one religion (as Trump says that Christian refugees in these countries would get preferential treatment over Muslims) in seven nations none of which are tied to deaths in the US. to the next logical step which might be revocation of visas and green cards among Muslims in the US which would precede a database (and Trump said he’d do this and he’s following through with everything he’s promised so far), it’s survivors of the Holocaust involving Jews and those who were living witnesses of the rise of fascism in Europe in the 1930s. Survivors and decendents of the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII are also voicing their concerns. They and the Jews are the ones who are the most vocal about defending the Muslims inside and out of this country against an immigration/travel ban and against any proposed databases in the US. They both said they’ll be the first to register as Muslims aside Muslims when that database is instituted. I say “when” not “if” because it’s inevitable that it will happen.

    Unconstitutional? Only SCOTUS has the final word on what is and is not constitutional in this country and if Trump has his way, he’ll dismantle SCOTUS as surely as he’s doing so to the legislative branch and all the cabinet divisions. After all nearly 30 US district judges issued stays to his Muslim ban either partial or in full and he wants to ignore them. A Court of Appeals just rejected the challenge to the bans sent out by him and his DOJ office. Still he’s trying to ignore these judicial rulings.

    This isn’t about vetting visas whether they’re tourist, fiancee, working or special on a case by case basis, this is about blanket bans of select countries carefully skirting those that are providing profits to Trump’s financial empire (even though they’ve cost the US lives in terrorist attacks). The first can be very effective, the latter not at all. Did blanket bans of Japanese Americans in the US via internments keep America safe? Doubtful given that over half of those interned had signed loytalty oaths and at least a quarter to a third of them were serving or had relatives serving in the US military forces. Fighting and risking their lives for a country that had in essence turned them into POWS within its own borders.

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