- From Judith Moriarty
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- Sent: Friday, June 15, 2007 12:11 PM
- Subject: Your Money or Your Life?
- June 15, 2007
- Dear Editor:
- I would suggest we find the $2.3 TRILLION, that Secretary
of Defense Donald Rumsfeld stated, 'could not be tracked' (Sept 10-2001).
Then came Sept 11-2001, and these missing Trillions got lost in the fog
of war? I say send the Marshall's to the Pentagon and start searching.
- The billions that can not be accounted for under Paul
Bremmer's watch ( hard cash sent on pallets to Iraq) - should have a higher
priority than killing the Brown's in Plainfield, NH for the monies that
it's claimed they owe? Heck, the President gave Mr.Bremmer the Medal of
Freedom for losing all our tax money! A siege around Halliburton headquarters
might enlighten us all to the billions misappropriated - overcharges for
military supplies in this war before we kill the Brown's?
- The point is - men 'just following orders' should not
kill their fellow citizens over something as mundane as money. If they
were given their day in court to have their concerns and questions answered
- any and all bloodshed could be avoided. As I understand it; they simply
want to see the 'law' under which they are obligated to pay Federal Income
Taxes? That seems a pretty reasonable demand to me. I could not imagine
myself going to the extremes of the Brown family and ending up with an
army taking me out! I respect their 'freedom' to do so. Ted Bundy got
more than a decade on death row and good ole Charlie Mansion (these are
real criminals) is still kicking. The money that the Brown's are charged
with owing isn't going to pull us out of our massive debt that is costing
us approximately $41 million per hour in INTEREST payments. The real crime
here is bankrupting our nation in this insane borrowing (from foreign countries)
to perpetuate forever war. PLEASE DON'T KILL THE BROWNS.
- Judith Moriarty
- Claremont, NH