President George W. Bush delivers remark at Monticello's 46th Annual Independence Day Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony Friday, July 4. 2008, in Charlottesville, VA. White House photo by Joyce N. Boghosian
It was a moment many had worked for, waited for and prayed for for years. The high honor of becoming a U.S. Citizen. And the added honor of being sworn in by the President of the United States.
It was a solemn and emotional ceremony for those who left allegiance to the land of their birth behind and became Americans.
At least it was a solemn ceremony until the "peace" fascists decided their voice was more important than the right of new citizens to hear the President of the United States and have the joy of this day left unsullied by the left's fascist tactics.
"Peace fascists" shouting "He has brought fascism to our shores" must have sounded odd to the new citizens, many of whom escaped from REAL fascism and much worse. And as the "peace" fascists continued to shout "Impeach" and "war criminal" many in the crowd must have recalled that if these left wing loons had tried to do that in the countries these new citizens left behind, they WOULD have been locked up.
Still, it was a day of celebration for our new citizens. People of every race, color and creed became Americans on the 4th of July!
Petitioners take the Oath of Citizenship at Monticello's 46th Annual Independence Day Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony Friday, July 4. 2008, in Charlottesville, VA. White House photo by Joyce N. Boghosian
That such a day was spoiled by people who spit on their own freedom is disgusting:
Why don't these loons take up their protest with Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid? After all, they promised to end the war didn't they? Bush promised to WIN it!