Patriots Defenders stage a Patriot Watch
Vigil for Vets or Networking Meeting
WE RALLY or NETWORK!
Veteran's Memorial Auditorium:
There is a dedication to those killed in war, inscribed in
marble at the front of the Memorial Auditorium. It reads: "This
building is dedicated to those who made the supreme sacrifice
in the service of the United States."
This historic and living tribute to our soldiers opened in
1927 on a block donated by Sacramento city founder John Sutter
and dedicated to Sacramentans who died in war. An honor roll
listing Sacramentans killed in battle from the Spanish
American War through Persian Gulf War is housed in a room
adjacent to the main lobby. We pray no new names of fellow
Sacramentans who will be engaged in Operation Enduring Freedom
will be added to this honor roll of veterans in Sacramento.
Many veteran and
their supporters suggest anti-war protests on these hallowed
ground desecrate and insult the men and women of our armed
forces this grand building represents. Thankfully, this small
band of protesters represent only a small percentage of the
U.S. population but provide media capital to our enemies
them we say: "Know this... we will be a constant reminder
of America's majority voice at every opportunity!"