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Syria -- Obama's bitten off more than he can chew

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Oregon Update--

 

Today is the 12th anniversary of the attack on the United States when 19 Al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four airliners and kamikazed to those planes American Airlines flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 were crashed into the North and South towers of the World Trade Center kill nearly 3000 people.

the group's leader, Osama bin Laden claimed responsibility in 2004 and eluded a manhunt by the United States for years [in theory] until he was killed in May 2011.

we pause today  to remember -- but we must never forget!

 

2 million + bikers are heading to Washington, DC to attend a 9/11 rally apparently at the same time as the Million Muslin March.

As more information comes up about this movement, what we are hearing so far is that these bikers were denied a permit but that's not stopping them from going.

AMERICA HAS HAD ENOUGH, AND WE WANT OUR COUNTRY BACK!

the impeachment movement is really starting to gain ground as more and more organizations are making their feelings known and I believe that Syria has been the straw that broke the camel's back [sorry PETA]  as more groups such as overpass.org and breaking Obama on Facebook

 we hope that you will join us Wednesday 9/11 1 p.m. Pacific Time.

Listener number 646-721-9887 and if you have a story to share about the 9/11 attacks, please send us an e-mail and we will be more than happy to read it on the air.

also, how do you feel about the growing number of people calling for impeachment?

 

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World War III parity courtesy of "The Second City Network"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-sdO6pwVHQ

 

 

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