A petition asking John Kerry to get Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi (USMC, Ret.) released from a Mexican jail

Andrew TahmooressiJill Tahmooressi is asking John Kerry to get excited about pushing for the release of her son, Andrew Tahmooressi, a decorated retired  USMC sergeant, who is in a Mexican jail on gun charges after he got lost and inadvertently crossed into Mexico with legal American guns.  Right now, of course, the Obama administration’s excitement is reserved entirely for bringing home a deserter, and possible traitor, who was worth five deadly killers who will undoubtedly return to fight against those Americans remaining in Afghanistan (not to mention American civilians and troops around the world).  Priorities, priorities.

If you’d like to help Mrs. Tahmooressi bring her son home, consider signing her petition asking for just that.  It’s a polite petition, one that doesn’t castigate the administration for valuing deserters/possible traitors over honorable members of our armed services.  She’s right, too.  When petitioning your government to act on your behalf, it’s no use stirring up that particular pot by suggesting that this particular administration prefers traitors/deserters to honorably serving members of the military as a matter of principle.

Be Sociable, Share!

Comments

  1. says

    I am not a big believer in boycotts but a tourist and goods boycott just might work here. I get it a better chance of succeeding than John Kerry. In fact it has the benefit of not needing John Kerry.

  2. jj says

    Kerry’s wondering where Mexico is.  He’s pretty sure his wife has had a Mexican maid or two, but that’s the extent of his knowledge.  Forget Kerry.

Trackbacks

  1. […] » President Barack Obama’s Complete List of Historic Firsts » US Spy Agencies Knew During Benghazi Attack Who Was Doing the Attacking » Euthanasia Activists Want to Harvest Organs From Conscious ICU Patients » A Moonbat’s Conception of the Voice of God » A petition asking John Kerry to get Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi (USMC, Ret.) released from a Mexican jai… […]

Leave a Reply