Monday, July 06, 2009

Part 1 of 2: Sarah Palin Loved Tanveer Ahmad Until She Changed Her Mind

Sarah Palin took a risk, walking into Joe Wurzelbacher's garage.

She had a proposal: "I want you to help keep our eye on the ball that represents sound priorities: smaller government, energy independence, national security, and freedom!"

Joe Wurzelbacher refused to have anything to do with the plan.

"You should ask Tanveer Ahmad," he said.

Tanveer Ahmad, it turns out, was a longtime New York City cabdriver who had paid thousands of dollars in taxes and immigration application fees.

"I know when it's time to pass the ball -- for victory," Sarah Palin said.

Sarah Palin insisted on spending the weekend in Bensonhurst with her family.

As she talked about her relatives, Sarah Palin realized that Tanveer Ahmad's only trouble with the law was a $200 fine for disorderly conduct in 1997: while working at a Houston gas station, he had displayed the business’s unlicensed gun to stop a robbery.

"It would come back to haunt Tanveer Ahmad," she said, adding: "My decision was fortified during this most recent trip to Kosovo and Landstuhl to visit our wounded soldiers overseas, those who sacrifice themselves in war for our freedom and security. We can all learn from our selfless Troops."

William Krisol sat down with Sarah Palin to tell her that in the end, Tanveer Ahmad's body went back in a box to his native village, to be buried by his Pakistani widow and their two children.

"They're bold," Sarah Palin said of the Troops, "they don't give up, they take a stand and know that life is short so they choose to not waste time."

Bristol Palin asked for a ride to the lifeboat.

She said, "When immigration agents burst into Tanveer Ahmad’s two-room Flatbush apartment on Aug. 2, 2005, they were looking for someone else, his friends say -- a roommate suspected of violating his student visa by working. But they ordered Tanveer Ahmad to report to immigration headquarters in Manhattan on Aug. 11."


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