Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Jersey Girls Petition Please Sign and Forward - Thanks!

The Muckraker Report's Joseph Murtagh has done an outstanding article on the Jersey Girls, ( http://www.muckrakerreport.com/id358.html ) and has a link to their petition, ( http://www.petitiononline.com/july10/petition.html )which they hope to achieve at least 15,000 signatures so they can take it to Congress, and "demand the immediate declassification and release of all transcripts and documents relating to the July 10, 2001 meeting that took place between former CIA Director George Tenet and then National Security Advisor, Condoleezza Rice. It has been alleged that this urgent and out-of-the-ordinary meeting was called to discuss the increasingly dire warnings of an imminent al Qaeda attack within the U.S."

The more people sign, the better.

Excerpt from the article...

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When it comes to 9/11, America right now is divided between two camps, those who trust the official account of the attacks, and those who, well, have questions. It's occasionally the case that the first camp will publicly denounce the second camp as a bunch of nutcases, and when this happens, it's usually the rowdier section of Camp Two, the Loose Change, bullhorn-wielding, "death to the New World Order" crowd, that takes the most heat.

What tends to get ignored, however, is the quieter section of Camp Two, and especially a group of widowed mothers from New Jersey and New York who over the last six years have worked harder than just about anyone to protect the country from terrorism. Few people realize that had it not been for the tireless efforts of the "Jersey girls" - Mindy Kleinberg, Kristen Breitweiser, Lorie Van Auken, Patty Casazza, and Monica Gabrielle - not only would the 9/11 Commission never have happened, but there most likely never would have been any investigation into what was the worst loss of life on American soil since the Civil War. No inquiry into our failed military defenses, or the collapse of the towers, or just why it was that President Bush sat in that Florida classroom for a full seven minutes after the second plane struck. No scientific reports, no effort to discover what went wrong, no hearings of any kind. No attempt to figure out the details of the whole who, what, where, when and why of the attacks. And again, what few people realize is that today, six years later, the Jersey girls are still fighting the exact same fight they were fighting on September 12, 2001, and for the same reason: to keep you, and me, and everyone we know, safe from terrorism.

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Please take the time, at the very least, to add your signature. We're at 7126 as of this writing.

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