I’m Tahmooressi: I call on my brothers and sisters in uniform to start a campaign

Allen West

…while Bergdahl is free to roam about Ft. Sam Houston, what is the status of Marine SGT Andrew Tahmooressi? You know, the U.S. Marine who simply made a wrong turn — although the progressive socialist Left has begun an internet campaign to discredit him — a two-combat tour vet who suffers from PTSD.

Well I have a campaign in mind as well.

In the mindset of a progressive socialist, Bergdahl is a hero — hence why Obama hugged up Bergdahl’s mom at a White House Rose garden ceremony. Bergdahl refused to fight for his country and turned his back on America while condemning it — in a combat zone. And that’s why he’s being shielded by the Obama administration — not just to show regard for Bergdahl, but to deflect shame from Obama. Fighting and killing the enemy is a very bad thing to progressive socialists. Deserting your post in combat to condemn your country’s war effort is perceived as courageous by the party of Code Pink.

On the other hand, Andrew’s mother Jill Tahmooressi has never heard from Obama and sits forlorn as her son languishes in a Mexican jail for no apparent reason, abandoned by his Commander-in-Chief. Obama and his ilk care little for Andrew. I can imagine in their private gatherings they deride him and consider him a dumb Marine who got what he deserved for doing something they think is stupid. Remember how the Left elevated Cindy Sheehan and even thought of running her for political office? So where is the sympathetic shoulder for Ms. Tahmooressi? And for that matter, where are the Leftist voices screaming out for the mothers who lost their sons in Extortion 17?

This tale of two sergeants shows how the progressives view our men and women in uniform. So here’s my idea for a campaign…

…We are all Marine SGT Andrew Tahmooressi until he comes home and let Obama go nowhere in this country and not see his name. I’m Tahmooressi!



The complete article, with video, is at AllenBWest.com



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