Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others.
~ Thomas Jefferson

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Mike McNulty needs help

Folks, I know money is tight. My income is fixed and limited, now that I am retired. I've got enough to make ends meet, so I can't complain. I realize that many of you who visit here simply don't have any to spare, and some of you might even be struggling just to pay the rent or mortgage.

For those of you who might have even $2 or $5 you can spare, consider donating to the Kickstarter drive to produce Mike McNulty's film, Blood On Their Hands, about the deaths caused by BATF and DOJ's "Fast and Furious" operation that encouraged the purchase of over 2000 semi-automatic weapons by the drug cartels of Mexico. We're talking semi-auto AK-47's and AK-74's, AR-15's, Barrett .50 BMG caliber sniper rifles, and many others.

Yes, I recently posted about this, but McNulty is the producer of several films about the debacle and murder - yes, murder - of over 70 men, women, and children at Waco by the FBI. He will do justice to a film about this illegal, immoral, and plain evil operation to see that firearms sold in America end up being tracked to murder scenes in Mexico (and America) that they want to blame on American gun stores, even though the BATF ordered the gun stores to go ahead with gun sales that the owners told them they believed were illegal.

Since the mainstream media refuses to inform the public about Operation Fast and Furious, a film such as this could mean the difference between the world knowing what our government is capable of and ignorance about their willingness to be responsible for the deaths of hundreds to advance their agenda.

Any help you can give will be appreciated. Remember, if the amount needed is not raised, your money will be refunded. That is how Kickstarter works. McNulty is an honest man, and he will not rip off the people trying to help him. Please pass this on to as many friends and family members as you can so that we can help make this film happen. Go here to get to the site for Blood On Their Hands.

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