With Sarah Palin at the WWII Memorial

Fred Gedrich’s photos:

palin and WWP

Family Security Matters

With  Sarah Palin at WWII Memorial; photos of Americans killed  in  Benghazi at WWII  Memorial; at Korean War Memorial with two uniformed Army  troops mocking the  shutdown; and the arrival of WWII Vets from Puget Sound at  their memorial which  was the highlight of the day.  Proud to have been  able to be with the thousands  of people who gathered on a rainy Sunday morning  to protest against President  Obama’s insensitive closure of these sacred  memorials to Veterans who have given  so much in service to country and who have  kept our nation safe and  free. 

march on dc _ vets oct 2013

benghazi at DC march oct 2013

military at DC march oct 2013

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Fact: Obama Regime Sent More Guards To WWII Memorial Than Benghazi…

Weasel Zippers


Via Washington Examiner:

The National Park Service is sending so many officials out to shut down federal parks from visiting Americans that at this rate it might have to suspend furloughs if the government closure continues.

Two examples:

– At the World War II Memorial on The Mall in Washington, where veterans have been staging protests to keep it open, Washington Examiner’s Charlie Spiering reports that at least seven officials were dispatched Wednesday morning to set up a ring of barricades to block tourists from the memorial. That is two more than the State Department had in Benghazi a year ago on the night of the terrorist attack that killed four, including the U.S. ambassador.

– National Park Officials closed down the educational Claude Moore Colonial Farm near the CIA in McLean, Va., even though the federal government doesn’t fund or staff the park popular with children and schools. Just because the privately-operated park is on Park Service land, making the federal government simply its landlord, the agency decided to close it.

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