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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Rally set

Posted By on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 10:51 AM

Secure Arkansas, the out-there group formed to battle the immigrant influx, emerges.

The group is rallying at 4 p.m. today at the military recruiting station in Little Rock where two soldiers were shot. For the record: The man accused of shooting the soldiers was born in Tennessee. The group's message:

Secure Arkansas is planning a huge rally to support our military. It will be held on Thursday, June 4th, at 4 p.m., in front of the Army-Navy Recruiting Station at Ashley Square, corner of Reservoir Road and Rodney Parham in Little Rock. This is an emergency rally to show respect for our troops and let them know we mourn the loss of soldier William Long and the wounding of soldier Quinton Ezeagwula.
 
We hope to see everyone there.

If you can't get there, Fayetteville book banner and teabag protester Laurie Masterson is taking up the cause as well by encouraging her Arkansas Unite group to rally at the Northwest Arkansas Mall.

Your support is needed for our troops!  Arkansas Unite will be supporting Secure Arkansas in a rally for our soldiers that where brutally gunned down in our OWN state. If you are closer to Little Rock please attend at Ashley Square  if you are closer to NWA we will gather at the NWA Mall in Fayetteville on the Arvest Bank, Sears side (enter from Joyce Blvd, behind McDonalds and Best Buy) 4PM tomorrow June 4th!
 
God's Speed
Arkansas Unite

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