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10-13-2013, 10:33 AM #1
VETERANS MARCH ON WASHINGTON, D.C. October 13th, 2013
October 13th, 2013
I want you to circle the date of Sunday, October 13, 2013.
And then I want you to help “circle the wagons” on that day to help protect and defend our brave veterans who risked their lives for our freedom – and now are being barred from visiting the memorials erected to honor their deeds.
In a mean-spirited fit of selfish anger, Barack Obama has shut down our nation’s war memorials. And he has declared open war on our honored veterans!
The World War II memorial … the Vietnam Veterans Memorial … the Korean War Veterans Memorial – Obama has shut them all down to force his will on the House of Representatives and frankly, to get revenge on the American people who oppose Obamacare and his other naked power grabs.
Let’s put it plainly: Barack Obama is behaving like a vicious tyrant. And if he succeeds in this assault on the democratic system, the Republic we love is at mortal risk. It’s just that simple.
That’s why I am asking you now to take two decisive moves to show Barack Obama, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi – and all of their oppressive ilk in Washington – that “We the People” are still in charge. And we won’t rest until we take back our memorials and monuments!
1. First, I would like you to Sign the Petition to sign our petition to re-open the war memorials.
Once your name is on that important petition, it will be delivered to every member of the Senate and the House and we will even put it on the White House website!
2. Block out the date of October 13, 2013 9:00 am – and then join with the million other patriotic Americans who are determined to unblock our nation’s war memorials.
I’ll be there –along with veterans who are determined to once again fight for freedom – this time on our own Mall!
Honored Guests & Speakers
Congressman Steve Stockman
Steve Stockman was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives on November 6, 2013, with a vision of limited government and strong support for American families, a robust national defense budget. Rep. Stockman serves the people of the 36th Congressional District of Texas, which was created as a result of the 2010 census and includes the counties of Chambers, Hardin, Jasper, Liberty, Newton, Orange, Polk, Tyler, and portions of southeastern Harris County.
Congressman Stockman sits of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and plays an active role in uncovering the truth about what happened at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.
Colonel Rob Maness, Louisiana Candidate for US Senate
Rob Maness' life has been one of dedicated service to the Nation. The third son of Master Sergeant Billy and Lennie Maness, Rob and his three brothers grew up moving around the country and the world as their Dad served in the United States Air Force. Rob experienced many cultures, and came to realize how blessed he was to be an American. In this he came to understand why our individual rights must be protected.
During his military service, Colonel Maness led numerous combat operations; two of which were as a bomber squadron commander in operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Colonel Maness served as an enlisted bomb disposal technician in three assignments countering terrorism before being commissioned and selected for flight training. As a Joint Chiefs of Staff Operations Officer he was on duty in the National Military Command Center located within the Pentagon during the September 11, 2001 attacks. In the ensuing months,he directly assisted the United States national security team in creating, synchronizing, and executing the campaign plan for the global war on terrorism. His combat decorations include the Bronze Star and Air Medal.
Larry Bailey, CAPT (SEAL), USN (Ret.)
A native of Marshall, Texas, and a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State College (BS) and East Carolina University (M.Ed), Captain Bailey is a 1962 Navy OCS graduate who served aboard ship before completing UDT/SEAL Training in 1963. He was a platoon commander in both UDT-22 and SEAL Team TWO in Little Creek, VA, and deployed to Viet Nam from the latter in 1967. He was later Executive Officer of UDT-12 in Coronado, CA; Commanding Officer of Naval Special Warfare Unit TWO in Machrihanish, Scotland; and Commanding Officer of Naval Special Warfare Center in Coronado, CA. He has had tours of duty in Panama, Bolivia, and Scotland, in addition to numerous stateside assignments. He is a sub-specialist in Latin American Politico-Military Affairs and is a Spanish linguist. He served 27 years on active duty.Captain Bailey chaired Vietnam Vets for Truth during the 2004 presidential campaign and is the current chairman of Gathering of Eagles, a military support organization.Captain Bailey is married and the father of two adult children. - See more at: http://specialoperationsspeaks.com/a....u5v1zfp2.dpuf
Dennis Michael Lynch "DML"
Filmmaker & Award Winning Entrepreneur
DML is an acclaimed filmmaker best known for his two films They Come to America I & II. Both films have led DML to become a leading voice in protecting the southern borders, American workers and veteran affairs. He is a frequent guest on talk radio and Fox News programs including O'Reilly Factor, Huckabee, Fox & Friends, America's Newsroom and Your World with Neil Cavuto. His recent appearance on Megyn Kelly's new show, The Kelly File, grabbed huge ratings. He spoke about his first hand coverage of the events taking place at the WWII Memorial, which included DML going head to head with Nancy Pelosi. He demanded she do something to help veterans get access to the WWII Memorial.
Currently, he is producing two new films. The first is called "Workless". It's about the jobs crisis facing young Americans and veterans. The second film entitled, We Ride to DC, is a look at the abundance of rallies and marches that are taking place in DC. The Million Vet March will be included in the film.
Prior to making films, Lynch was a successful entrepreneur. He was the youngest person in NY to ever win the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
You can follow DML at Facebook.com/Dmldaily
Scott Raab spent five years in the US Navy as an intelligence analyst and is an OEF/OIF veteran, deployed in Iraq with the USS Ronald Reagan strike group aboard the guided missile destroyer, USS Decatur. Scott’s experience makes him ideal to discuss issues of military intelligence, strategy and concepts in relation to the Global War on Terror.
He is an expert in electronic warfare and understanding the causes and motivations of global jihadism.
Amy became politically active early in 2009 through social media. She was one of the original founders of the Atlanta Tea Party and was also the nationwide event coordinator for the first round of tea parties that took place across the country on Feb. 27. In August 2009, Amy joined the Tea Party Express bus tour and traveled across the country. Shortly before the second Tea Party Express tour, Amy left Tea Party Patriots and joined the Tea Party Express PAC as director of grassroots and coalitions. Amy is now chairman of the Tea Party Express and has four successful nationwide bus tours under her belt.
In addition to her role with Tea Party Express, Amy is a co-founder of a nonprofit organization, American Grassroots Coalitions. Amy has also joined the Doctor Patient Medical Association as a co-chair of the Patient Power Project. DPMA is a nonpartisan association of doctors and patients dedicated to preserving free choice in medicine. In October 2009, Amy was awarded the Shining Scalpel Award by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.
Since becoming involved with the grassroots movement, Amy has spoken at many tea parties and rallies across the country. She was a speaker at the 9/12 March on D.C. and was a keynote speaker at the Tea Party Convention in Nashville. In fall 2009 and 2010, Amy participated as a panelist at the Value Voters Summit in Washington, D.C. She has appeared on Fox News Channel numerous times and was the original tea party contact with the Sean Hannity Radio Show. In the spring of 2010, Amy was the first guest from the tea party movement to appear on The View. Amy has also appeared on CNN, Fox News, NBC, and MSNBC and other media outlets.
Diana Nagy, Singer
Diana has been wowing audiences for years. When she was just 7 years old, she won first place singing in a talent contest. Her heartfelt, soaring vocals have been moving and inspiring audiences since that day. Diana even had the honor of singing for Pope John Paul II.
“I grew up singing. I remember Sunday dinners at my Grandparents house as a little girl. The family gathered around the piano, my Grandfather on accordion, singing songs in melodic harmony. Singing was always a part our lives. I can still hear the laughter, and feel the love from those days. Little did I know then, those were some of the best days of my life. Those are my roots…… music, love, laughter!”
Jay Michael Devereaux
In a brave act of Civil Disobedience, this patriot cut the wires of the WWII barricades.
Jay Devereaux is an Information Technology Consultant and small business owner that like so many of us, did not really pay a lot of attention to what was going on in Washington DC until ideas like Cap & Trade and T.A.R.P. The idea of the Federal Government bailing out bankers and Wall Street firms with taxpayer dollars was the last straw. Followed closely by the first stimulus package, Jay like so many was yelling at his television similar to Rick Santelli’s now famous rant, when his family cried “ENOUGH! Do something about it or shut up!”
Jay was asked to join Unite In Action in late 2009. Since then Jay with Unite In Action has been in a battle with the IRS over their application as a 501(c)(4) and through the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) filed the largest lawsuit in agency history against the IRS, the single most feared agency in America. The Battle continues. 1218 days and counting.
Must watch video!
Stand up for our Vets! Date:Sunday, October 13, 2013 Time: 09:00am Location:World War II Memorial17th St SW, Washington, DC 20006
If you can't make it to DC, click here to check out our other rally locations around our nation.
- See more at: http://vetmarch.com/#sthash.hdjx2C9j.dpuf
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10-13-2013, 11:28 AM #2
- Join Date
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- South West Florida (Behind friendly lines but still in Occupied Territory)
Here's what us vets think about your barricades
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10-13-2013, 12:26 PM #9
- Join Date
- May 2007
- South West Florida (Behind friendly lines but still in Occupied Territory)
Rally at World War II Memorial Heads to White House
Sunday, Oct 13, 2013 | Updated 11:58 AM EDT
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Derrick WardThe protest at the WWII memorial is on the move.
News cameras located on the White House lawn are showing a large gathering of people outside the gates and fence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
It is believed these are protesters who started at the World War II Memorial early Saturday and moved from that location to the White House. According to NBC News, the president is in the White House.
Video shows people carrying barricades, presumably from the WW II memorial, to the White House fence. The DC Police Department said via Twitter that they are on the scene with the Secret Service and the U.S. Park Police.
Members of the Million Vet March were planning on gathering at the World War II Memorial on Sunday despite the memorial being closed due to the government shutdown, but that protest has taken a more political tone
According to a statement on the group’s website, they feel military personnel and veterans are “being used a political pawns in the ongoing government shutdown and budget crisis.” Organizers say they are not a political leaning group, but call the shutting down of memorials “a despicable act of cowardice.”
However, conservative political commentator Sarah Palin and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) arrived and spoke to the people gathered at the memorial.
News 4's Derrick Ward reported some truckers who have attempted to slow beltway traffic as a protest measure made their way down to the Tidal Basin area. Police have blocked off roads in an attempt to keep streets clear.
10-13-2013, 12:31 PM #10
New moniker for 1600 Pennsylvanian Ave - THE SPITE HOUSE.
‘Shut down the White House!’ Million Vets March protests outside the Spite House [pics]
Posted at 12:17 pm on October 13, 2013 by Twitchy Staff | View Comments
America, hell yes.
As Twitchy reported, citizens attending the Million Vets March in Washington, D.C., Sunday tore down Barrycades at several memorials. The crowd then picked up the Barrycades and began transporting them to the White House.
Now, the protest continues outside of the Spite House.The Vets are at the White House chanting, "Obama must go!". Love it!—#Shutdown of the Spite House achieved! Take these Barrycades, Obama administration.Can you hear us now? Of course, it is hard to hear over your own stomping feet, isn’t it Mr. President?
Sandra (@SMC_35) October 13, 2013
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