Thursday, May 22, 2008

Free Ramos and Compean Rally in Irvine, California

Where will Political Pistachio be tomorrow? I will be at the Free Ramos and Compean Rally.

If you recall, two Border Patrol agents, Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, attempting to interrupt a cross-border drug smuggling operation, fired their weapons in self-defense at an admitted illegal alien, drug smuggler, Osbaldo Aldrete-Davila. The smuggler managed to escape across the border into Mexico, but he left his vehicle, loaded with more than 700 pounds of marijuana. It was another good bust. Rather than be congratulated for doing their job, the Border Patrol agents were charged with attempted murder, indicted, placed under house arrest for eight long months. The two agents were later sentenced to 11 and 12 years in federal prison, respectively, on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and for violation of the drug smuggler's civil rights. They remain in prison serving their unfair sentence that President George W. Bush could pardon, but won't because of his globalistic position, and lack of cajones against the liberal left which would lambaste him if he so dared.

As a pro-active citizen I believe it is up to us to make sure the message is heard that Ramos and Compean should be free. Each month there is a sidewalk rally for exactly this purpose. This month's FREE RAMOS AND COMPEAN sidewalk rally - will be in front of the children's bookstore where First Lady Laura Bush will be a guest author, signing her new book “Read All About It!”
Agent Ramos' father-in-law Joe Loya will rally with us via telephone - helping us send the message to the White House - FREE RAMOS AND COMPEAN

Friday, May 23rd
5:00 p.m.
(The event begins at 6:00 p.m.)
A Whale of a Tale Children's Bookstore
4199 Campus Drive, Suite A
Irvine, CA 92612

I will be there wearing my Political Pistachio T-Shirt, handing out bumper stickers, and taking interviews for my Conservative Political Pistachio radio show. Be there and support this effort. I will be waving my American Flag. . . Will You?

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