It Is Time To Pull Out

By: Carolyn Hileman

Since March 19, 2003 this Nation has lost 17,520 American citizens, there were no IED’s, no tanks, no exploding cars, yet the insurgents managed to inflict massive damage against the people of the United States and they did so with out the knowledge of the media or at least one would have to assume as much because they have not been reporting about these deaths. Perhaps it was to spare the families, perhaps it was just unimportant but to date the media has not been keeping account of these deaths and yet they mount daily.

Now there has been some question as to whether it is 12 or 25 people per day so the number used here is the lower of the two and it still totals to a shocking 17,520. That is a huge number and one would have to wonder why it is that not one single news source is keeping count, perhaps it is because these men, women and children did not die in Iraq, they died in our streets and they were killed by the very people our media wishes for us to embrace. They mustn’t tell the stories of people like Officer Nick Erfle, a brave man who battled cancer twice and won only to be shot in the face by an illegal immigrant, nor Antigone Monique Allen, who had recently filed an assault complaint against her killer, They started arguing while out one evening and he stopped to get gas they drove along back roads before Garcia pulled a gun and pointed it at Mona Allen’s head. He grabbed the container and splashed gasoline on the children, Mona and himself, He flicked a lighter and the car erupted, left the road and flipped over.

These stories and more do not make the headlines or get shown on nation TV simply because it does not fit the story line of how these people are just hardworking people looking to better their lives. These people’s lives and deaths may get a small blurb in the local news, but it will not tell you about the person who killed them usually because the media is afraid of calling people names, that is except our troops. So they go unnoticed even though the numbers of deaths are much higher than that of the Iraq war in a similar time period. Dustin Inman is one of the un-counted thousands of Americans who have needlessly lost their lives because government in America refuses to secure American borders or enforce American immigration and employment laws.
Dustin Inman was a sixteen-year-old American boy killed by an illegal alien in a senseless traffic collision on Father’s Day, but since he is not in Iraq his death matters only to a few.

What sort of monster could murder three children in the most brutal manner — one child was beheaded and the two others were nearly decapitated. They also suffered a variety of injuries including blunt force trauma and asphyxiation. The victims, residents of Baltimore, were siblings Alexis Quezada (10) and Lucero Quezada (9) and their cousin Ricardo Espinoza (9). Amy Dumas, In Lynn, Massachusetts, 16-year-old Amy Dumas was shot dead Monday night (May 16) during a home invasion as she tried to protect her wheelchair-bound father, Robert S. Finnerty, who was also killed. Apparently four Asian gang members forced themselves into the family’s apartment and shot father and daughter several times. Finnerty was a cancer survivor who was left using a wheelchair after a stroke. There are no excuses for these crimes, just lack of will from the United States to protect its citizens. To date we the people have had to call and demand that our government not give amnesty to people we do not know and did not invite into this country and yet again the American people are being forced to call the Toll Free Switchboard 866.340.9281, and demand they not put the dream act on a defense bill. The Dream act, they say will only help the children, they are lying and I can assure you that Amy Dumas could have used some help from her government yet they choose to give amnesty any way they can to people like the ones who murdered her and her father. What kind of country cannot or will not protect their citizens? What kind of country allows 17,520 of their citizens to be killed and yet wish to give forgiveness to many who have killed them?

If we are to believe that simply because we hit the 2000, or 3000 death mark in Iraq we must pull out what does that say about our country when we have 17,520 people killed since the war started, I suppose it is time to pull out.

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