All of us, every single man, woman, and child on the face of the Earth were born with the same unalienable rights; to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, if the governments of the world can't get that through their thick skulls, then, regime change will be necessary.
UPDATE --- PASTORIUS - I don't buy this story at this point. There are, I'm guessing multiple Abdul Rahman al-Harbi's in the U.S. It could have been another al-Harbi. Update by Christine- From the Blaze
With revelations that Abdul Rahman Alharbi (once considered a person of interest in the Boston bombings) was put on a terror watch list briefly, was considered “armed and dangerous” at one point, and alleged photos suggesting the First Lady may have even visited him in the hospital, could it also be that Alharbi visited the White House? That’s the argument made by at least one website, citing this screenshot of White House visitor logs as evidence:
(Photo Credit: Gateway Pundit)
So did Abdul Rahman Al-Harbi visit the White House? TheBlaze took a look at White House visitor logs, and here’s our determination.
It’s possible that Abdul Rahman Alharbi visited the White House. But it’s also just as possible that he didn’t. We honestly don’t know. The website that originally published the picture of the logs mockingly cites the idea that “it was another ‘Abdul Rahman Al-Harbi,’” but this idea isn’t actually that far-fetched. Both the first name “Abdul Rahman” and the last name “Al-Harbi” (or Alharbi) are common. Consider this partial list of people with the name “Abdul Rahman” from theBlaze’s White House visitors’ log tracker:
What about the last name Alharbi? Again, not unique to this person:
So by comparison, if someone said “John McIntyre” visited the White House, and there just happened to be a criminal named John McIntyre, would that mean it was the same person? Again, it’s possible, but not certain. “John” is an extremely common first name, and “McIntyre” isn’t much different.