“We’ve served this nation to protect the likes of ingrates like you.”

They don’t belong here; they shouldn’t have come here; and they should leave.
– Berkeley mayor Tom Bates

Move America Forward is fed up with Berkeley, like many of us disgusted with their treatment of the military there.

The Army veteran in the ad, John Bringuel, is no stranger to the military hatred festering in Berkeley. In 1965, he spoke up against the anti-military bias there, and forty-three years later he’s standing up for the military again. Hot Air has an excerpt of his 1965 letter concerning the Berkeley ingrates:

Why the animosity towards Berkeley instead of the Code Pink traitorous moonbats? Because Berkeley isn’t just looking the other way, they’re active participants, encouraging the moonbats and publicly declaring that they want the Marines — who they call “uninvited unwelcome intruders” and “barbaric” gone. The Berkeley City Council passed a resolution claiming that the recruiting office “is not welcome in the city, and if recruiters choose to stay, they do so as uninvited and unwelcome intruders.” They’ve also given the moonbats their own designated parking spot in front of the office as well as a sound permit, so they can be as loud and disruptive as they wish.

Jim DeMint, as I mentioned yesterday, is moving to block all earmarks to Berkeley until they stop this atrocity.

Visit Move America Forward’s website and sign the petition there. This situation has gotten disturbingly little attention in the mainstream media, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make your voice heard. Maybe it’s time for the Berkeley City Council to start stocking up on white feathers:

Berkeley City Council
2180 Milvia Street
Berkeley, CA 94704

Mayor Tom Bates
2180 Milvia Street
Berkeley, CA 94704

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