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Petition in support of US Navy SEALS who captured a most wanted terrorist

Many have probably seen this before, but just in case not.... here it is. Sorry for duplicates.

From: Phil
Subject: Petition in support of US Navy SEALS who captured a most wanted terrorist

Please visit and sign the petition to end the prosecution of the brave Navy SEALS who captured the Al Quida mastermind behind the Fallujah attacks that killed four Americans a few years back.

Ahmed Hashim Abed was one of the most wanted terrorists by the US military. The US Navy SEALS captured him alive around September 1, 2009, and brought him back. Apparently, during the capture and in an effort to keep him quiet, the terrorist was punched in the stomach and in the face and cut his lip...and now those same SEALS are being prosecuted by our own military in an unbelievable display of political correctness gone completely awry. This is an absolute travesty that cannot stand. Our military personnel who are protecting all of us must be allowed to prosecute these enemies with extreme prejudice whenever necessary.

In this case, they captured him and brought him back with little harm, and no lasting harm (at least until that terrorist is hopefully executed for his crimes).

Here's the address/link to the petition:

This petition was started a week ago and is approaching 25,000 signatures. We need a million. Please send it to all you know and ask them to sign, and then forward it on to all they know.

Also, for more info, visit this site:

If one cannot move out of the past, his past becomes his Future.

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Most Western societies are based on Secular Democracy, which itself is based on the concept that the open marketplace of ideas leads to the optimum government. Whilst that model has been very successful, it has defects. The 4 Freedoms address 4 of the principal vulnerabilities, and gives corrections to them. 

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