Monday morning I am marching into my suburban garage, jamming the key into my ignition, and slamming on the gas in my Big Honkin' SUV that burns an (alleged) large hole in the ozone.
Fair warning to morning commuters on Highway 101:
This agitated supporter of our troops will be flooring it straight towards the San Francisco Federal building on 450 Golden Gate Avenue.
I will be stylishly attired in my American bling (consisting of my Flag lapel pin, dog tags and a few pearls to set off the ensemble) to make certain demands of our United States government, during a press conference at 10:00 a.m.
I, and others, will present a formal letter to Mr. Joseph Russoniello which says this:
- The U.S. Attorneys Office in the Northern District of California investigate all civil rights violators of our 2/12/08 Pro-Troop Rally in Berkeley, Calif.
- Any law-breakers who have violated federal laws in front of the Berkeley, Calif. Marine Recruiting Center by impeding, harassing, or assaulting anyone trying to enter on lawful business be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
- Members of CodePink, International A.N.S.W.E.R., The World Can't Wait, Funk the War, Global Exchange or anyone else who is impeding recruitment of young men and women into the United States Military be investigated, prosecuted, and if found guilty, receive the maximum punishment until the law.
The time is right now to end the violent attacks on our military, and their supporters.
We have amply documented these attacks in 'The Sedition Report.'
Susan Duclos has reported this story at Digital Media.com here.
Michelle Malkin has been a leader in this effort from the beginning. Read here.
EaglesUp, Gathering of Eagles, Families United, Vets For Freedom, Freedom's Watch and dozens of other pro-troop organizations are anxiously awaiting the response of the U.S. Attorneys office.
So is the rest of America.
Mr. Russoniello, what is your response?