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If you support our national security issues, you may love and appreciate the United States of America, our Constitution with its’ freedoms, and our American flag.

If you support and practice our fiscal issues, you may value worldly possessions.

If you support and value our social issues, you may love Judeo-Christian values.

If you support and practice all these values, that is all good; an insignia of “Wisdom” . - Oscar Y. Harward

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Iranian President, Face American Justice!

Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s request to visit the United States and to place a wreath at “Ground Zero” making his appearance is additional evidence of his arrogance to America and our values. He is seeking to visit where al Qaeda, using US airlines, flew two airplanes into the two World Trade Center towers, then a third airplane into the Pentagon, and had a fourth airplane heading for the White House or Capitol Hill. “Hero” passengers took over from the terrorists crashing that fourth airplane into rural Pennsylvania, giving their own lives to protect many others in Washington. Since that time, several other radical terrorists have been stopped before costing American lives in our own cities and on our streets.

For Columbia University President Lee Bollinger to invite and/or allow Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to visit and/or address any group on his campus is equivalent for his support of al Qaeda and the Taliban who are directly responsible for injuring and killing Americans including members of our US military, as well as many other Iraqi and Afghanistan citizens. President Bollinger is an actual identifier as a radical left-winger; one of many Presidents inside college and university systems.

America is at war in Iraq and Afghanistan. An American and Allied win will provide the citizens of Iraq and Afghanistan the opportunity to live under a Democratic Republic system of government. Most of these citizens have never lived in a free society. Everyone around the world should have the opportunity to live free rather than under a totalitarian order or another government by tyranny. An equal value is to defeat terrorism as al Qaeda and the Taliban overseas, rather than in the streets and communities within America. Terrorism as al Qaeda and/or the Taliban is not a government. They are terrorist groups supported by rogue terrorist nations such as Iran, Syria, and others. Their goal is to defeat any and all governments within the free world, to rule under their own guidelines as they see, and to kill all others who get in their way. Their system will be ruled by people, rather than by law.

Every member of our US military is a volunteer. Upon joining the US military, each are aware he/she are not going to an ice cream social. Most yearn to serve America protecting our American Flag, and our US Constitution. We all are saddened by any loss of life and/or injury within our military forces of the US. Each is an American “hero”.

So much evidence shows the government of Iran is providing terrorists in Iraq explosives and other equipment and monies for al Qaeda and the Taliban, who are using their equipment in killing American members and others of our US Allied forces, as well as many other Iraqi citizens. As some of these terrorists are captured, some on Capitol Hill are still fighting for habeas corpus rights in our US Judiciary beyond our military tribunals.

Upon President Ahmadinejad’s arrival, he should experience the opportunity to face our 1979 US Embassy representatives and any additional supporting evidence when Iranian terrorists broke into our Embassy in Iran, took over US Embassy officials, kidnapping and abusing them, and holding our Embassy diplomats hostage for more than a year. Does the US Government have the moral fiber to complete this proposal? An investigation, prosecution, and conviction, if guilty, will resolve many problems in the Middle East.

Should the 1979 US State Department Diplomats and other members of our staff identify President Ahmadinejad as one of the lawless kidnappers, he should be placed under arrest to stand trial in our US Judiciary or in a World Court as “The Hague” in the Netherlands. The invasion, kidnapping, and abuse of our US Embassy and our personnel by Iranians were illegal acts then, and are still illegal today.

I would bet the Liberal leaders on Capitol Hill, both Democrats and Republicans, would support a resolution supporting this legal activity, or will they? Our current’s government’s elected leaders and other appointed officials will prove America should not forget!

Americans should demand our government to pursue President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for examination and allow him to face our system of justice. Most Americans, as a majority, still support our free, legal, and Judeo-Christian values.

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