My fellow Americans:
Today remembering 9-11-2001 it occurred to me that we may have forgotten the lessons learned that day. I heard a conservative Fox News commentator yesterday say " Former President Clinton was GREAT President" I was astounded? I think the word GREAT is abused to licentiousness, as President he was a disgrace to the office and our country.
To be honest, I believe the Clinton administration displayed weakness to the world that set the stage for 9-11. World Trade Center Bombing in 1993 made it clear to everyone our country was under attack from Islamic radicals, who would stop at nothing to destroy American Liberty. Reported widely in the press throughout the mid 1990's Ramsey Yousef a co-conspititor in that attack upon his capture in Manila Philippines we learned, was involved in the planning of 9-11. Details of which known to the Clinton administration years before the actual event. An event that changed America forever and the Clinton government did nothing to prevent.
In the late 1970's Carter Administration shows us that weakness invites trouble. Ronald Regan showed us "Respect" for American might and resolve is the true balancing factor in the world. It alone protects American interests here at home and around the globe.
It is clear to me that today the Democratic Party holds this idea still regardless of the lessons of history. It is my belief this President, his administration continue to display the same weakness to the world therefore putting all of us at risk once again.
In our own Senatorial election, I believe Elizabeth Warren represents this same weakness and will, if elected, march in lock step with Democratic Party to bring our country to it's knees. We must not allow these people to destroy American power in the world. It will be the darkest days for America if we fail.
We are the Brownbrigade, an army of Liberty loving Americans. Senator Brown's re-election is vital to America's future. To your future and that of your children. Senator Brown stands up for America against the weakness of the opposition. This is a war. This is a war on the founding principals of our Republic. We must not fail.
Our Founding father George Washington once said, "The fate of unborn millions will now depend, under God, on the courage of this army." GW