This is all over the news this morning, on the internet, social media, newspapers, television, and news wires:

One of the Boston Marathon suspects was killed early Friday after he and his accomplice brother robbed a 7-Eleven, shot a police officer to death, carjacked an SUV and hurled explosives in an extraordinary firefight with law enforcement.  The suspects are brothers of Chechen origin with the last name Tsarnaev.  The suspect at large, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, is 19, was born in Kyrgyzstan and has a Massachusetts driver’s license The dead suspect was identified as Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, born in Russia.  He had an improvised bomb device strapped to his chest when he was run over by a vehicle during the firefight.  The brothers entered the United States, with family, in 2002 or 2003, and that Tamerlan Tsarnaev became a legal permanent resident in 2007.  The entire city of Boston and some of its suburbs, along with the air space over Boston was shut down while they search for the second suspect.  A massive manhunt was under way and police began a house-to-house search.

Now, I hope like hell that they find this little piece of crap and bring him to justice, but he will probably attempt to take others with him in a suicide bombing.  I am outraged at the senseless violence that occurs, in the news, everyday.  This act of violence creates more questions than answers.  What was their reason for doing this…notoriety, 72 virgins, hatred for the U.S., or a terrorist plot?  We may never know, especially if the youngest brother takes the coward’s way out.  But, for me, the bigger question is what are we as a nation going to do, in the future, to stop these kind of horrific events from recurring.

I have said it before and I will say it again, we need to eliminate all foreign aid period and especially military aid.  We also need to close our nations borders to immigration.  No one wants to live in a police state, but that may be the only way to truly stop this kind of violence from happening.  If you notice, many of the other civilized countries that have this same concern about terrorism, have armed police in most public venues.  Either we make some major changes in the world’s perception toward us or this will become an everyday happening.

In many countries, we as a nation and a people, are despised and their populace would not hesitate to do us harm, but we keep trying to “win” them over with huge sums of financial aid.  Its time, we as a nation start concentrating inwardly and fix our problems and quit sticking our face in the business of all these other countries.  We need to bring all our troops home and use them to help shore-up our national security…the security of this nation.

Where do we as a nation feel that everything that happens in this world, is an issue or concern that only we can fix.  This mentality dates back to the “cold war” in which it was felt that if we do not intercede, than the communists will step in and take over.  Is it any wonder that we are so hated as a country?  Big brother needs to stay home and not worry or get involved with their neighbors.  Just how many years are we going to provide troops to keep the peace in Korea?  What has it been now…60 years +?

These two pieces of crap came to this country 10 years ago, so they were 9 and 16 years of age when they arrived here.  You need to ask yourself, just what level of hatred and total disregard for innocent, human life, do you have, to make the conscious effort to do something like this?  Wake up America…it’s make or break time.

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