ORF is at the forefront again with a suggestion....NO...A CHALLENGE to the Otero County Commissioners to pass a new Otero County ordinance officially NOT RECOGNIZING Obama's 911 Day of Service.
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Here's ORF's idea for a new Otero County Ordinance:
OTERO COUNTY ORDINANCE NOT RECOGNIZING 911 DAY OF SERVICE
Whereas the County of Otero, New Mexico acknowledges that Sept. 11th is observed nationally as a day to remember and memorialize the tragic events of Sept. 11th, 2001, and
Whereas the County of Otero joins in the majority of Americans who grieve and remember the loss of 2993 lives lost on Sept. 11th, 2001, and
Whereas the County of Otero believes that the date of September 11th should be preserved as a day to remember the tragic events of loss of 2993 lives that occured on Sept. 11th, 2001, and
Whereas the County of Otero believes any other such politically motivated replacement or desecration of the date September 11th for purposes other than remembering the events that occurred on Sept. 11th, 2001 is sacrilegious and un-American, and
Whereas the administration of the Presidency of Barrack Obama has signed into law the 911 Day of Service, without the vote of the Congress or Senate of the United States or the popular consent of the American People, and
Whereas the County of Otero passes an ordinance officially not recognizing or implementing any suggested service to any community advocated by the 911 Day of Service.
Call, write, email. or request in person your Otero County Commissioners pass an ordinance not recognizing the 911 Day of Service.