Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Back Home

I spent a few weeks visiting National Parks in Oregon, Nevada, Utah and Arizona, before driving south to find my humble little cozy AZ abode welcoming my arrival. It was good to get back to my winter homeland. I was anxious to get back to my Patriotic Activism.

My second night home I attended the Thursday Night Meeting
Thursdays: USA Town Hall Meeting
WHAT: Unite to Fight Illegal Immigration, here’s why!
WHEN: Every Thursdays
• 5:00pm Movie Feature
• 6:30pm Meeting. Updates & Action Items. Handouts encouraged.
WHERE: Childress Automall, 23rd Ave. & Camelback, Phoenix

Saturday morning I accompanied a dozen or so other Patriots in an attempt to educate the public on the hiring practices of Mac McGruder at his McDonalds fast food establishments. Mac prefers to hire people who are in our country illegally over legal United States residents.

Saturday evening I drove to the other side of the massive Phoenix area to the Constitution Days Fair in Gilbert.
I helped a few friends gather signatures for S.O.L.E and L.A.W
We are attempting to gather 200,000 signatures so these two important initiatives can be placed on the Nov. 2008 Ballot.

Monday I attended the funeral of Phoenix Police Officer Nick Erfle who was shot in the face while on duty by an Illegal Alien.

http://www.diggersrealm.com/mt/archives/002494.html (story about the shooting)
http://www.kpho.com/news/14161669/detail.html?rss=pho&psp=news (story about the funeral)
I wish I could find the words to describe the funeral. It seemed as if every Police Officer in AZ was in attendance. The church was packed, and tears flowed profusely, especially from me, while listening to Officer Nick Erfle's friends, family and fellow Officers describe their love and appreciation for this wonderful man.

Tuesday morning I met up with a new friend and we rode our Harleys to Cave Creek for breakfast. We chatted and chatted, then rode back to Deer Valley Airport where I was planning on joining the Patriot Guard Riders in escorting one of our fallen soldiers from the airport to a funeral home. Unfortunately I didn't receive the updated notice in time to learn the flight was coming in 40 minutes early. So, I missed the escort.

DoD Identifies Army Casualty
The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Spc. Aaron J. Walker, 23, of Harker Heights, Texas, died Sept. 18 in Baghdad, Iraq, of wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his unit with small arms fire during combat operations. He was assigned to the 3rd Squadron, 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, 1st Armored Division, Vilseck, Germany.

This Friday I'll be heading down to Palominas, AZ to join the Patriot's Border Alliance for a month long Border Operation. It is an effort "to help stop the flow of Illegal Immigration into our sovereign nation." And to stop the flow of trash left behind by the millions of Illegal Aliens who enter our country illegally every year.


At 10:08 PM, Blogger Lilli & Nevada said...

Sorry to hear about your friend, what a horrible death.
Sad that things are this bad with the illegals
I might add as i see you putting in websites, you might do what i do, and that is highlight what it is and then go to the link,a box opens and that is were you can put in the websites.
Just a suggestion.

At 8:37 AM, Blogger sally said...

Hi lilli and nevada,
The Police Officer wasn't actually a personal friend. I just attended the funeral to show respect and support for the fight against the Illegal Alien situation.
I'm not sure why my links don't work anymore. I messed up something on the template section on my blog while trying to add a flickr badge.
Thanks for your suggestion. I'll check it out.


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