Open Letter to U.S. Navy ATTN: Richard V. Spencer, Secretary of the Navy

Open Letter to U.S. Navy ATTN: Richard V. Spencer, Secretary of the Navy
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Author Phillip F. Nelson drafted an important Petition to Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer, calling for the APPEAL OF U.S. NAVY DECISION To Name a Navy Ship after President Lyndon B. Johnson.

Nelson lists many reasons WHY a USS LBJ would be a slap in the face to every crew member of the USS LIBERTY, as well as a gross disservice to History.

This American offers one.

By Eileen Fleming

This essential reason WHY the Secretary of the Navy should never ever name a ship the USS Lyndon B. Johnson was succinctly explained by USS LIBERTY Commander David Ed Lewis at the USS LIBERTY’s 50th reunion in Norfolk, VA.:


Please READ and add your name to the PETITION FOR APPEAL OF U.S. NAVY DECISION To Name a Navy Ship After President Lyndon B. Johnson:

HERE

 

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Eileen Fleming, Senior Non-Arab Correspondent for USA’s TADN writes HERE

Eileen Fleming produced the UNCENSORED “30 Minutes with Vanunu” Mordechai, Israel’s nuclear whistleblower

Contact her HERE 

 

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Eileen Fleming

Senior Non-Arab Correspondent for TADN at The Arab Daily News
Senior Non-Arab Correspondent for The Arab Daily News
Producer "30 Minutes with Vanunu" who founded WeAreWideAwake.org in response to her first of 8 trips to both sides of The Wall in Palestine Israel.
In 2012, Eileen ran for US House of Representatives District 5, in Fl.
Read her FREE eBooks and more at:http://www.eileenfleming.org/
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