Support the Troops Victory Tour 2007
September 12, 2007. The Victory Tour caravan made a stop in Columbus on Wednesday night. I was at the Quaker Steak & Lube to cover the event (be sure to catch the "Infidel" in the sights & sounds video) and spoke with Lt. Col. (USAF-Ret.) Buzz Patterson, Gold Star mom Debbie Lee, and Marine/Blue Star mom Deborah Johns. What a truly dedicated and inspiring group of Patriots. First I'd like you to hear from Gold Star mom Debbie Lee. She lost her son in Iraq and has become his voice letting the American people know about his love for his country and the mission he believed in. It makes you ask yourself why the likes of Cyndi Sheehan gets all the press coverage when there are moms who are truly representing their sons and get very little voice in the main stream media. I have to tell you I cried when Debbie spoke about her son, Marc Alan Lee. We hugged for a long time. Her courage and commitment to victory and her son's love and belief in his country will inspire me forever. I hope it inspires you. Here's Debbie.
Lt. Col. Buzz Patterson lays the smackdown on Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Code Pink, Dick Durbin, and Henry Waxman. According to Lt. Col. Patterson, Code Pink
sent material support to the insurgents in Fallujah which he deems an act of treason.
UPDATE: During the last week of December 2004, Benjamin announced that Global Exchange, Code Pink, and Families for Peace would be donating a combined $600,000 in medical supplies and cash to the families of the terrorist insurgents who were fighting American troops in Fallujah, Iraq. Said Benjamin, "I don't know of any other case in history in which the parents of fallen soldiers collected medicine ... for the families of the 'other side.' It is a reflection of a growing movement in the United States ... opposed to the unjust nature of this war." (Hat tip: Geepers)
Marine/Blue Star mom Deborah Johns takes on the media and she is phenomenal. She has great admiration and trust in General Petraeus and our President.
Here are some sights and sounds from Victory Tour 2007, Columbus, Ohio. Hundreds raise a toast to our troops and don't miss the "INFIDEL" in the crowd.
I salute the Victory Tour 2007 Patriots for all they do. God bless our troops and God bless America.