Archive for December, 2008
We often refer to the US Constitution as an inconvenient document. And it is… if you want to make an end run around the US system of laws. It can be VERY inconvenient for those who are used to sailing close to the wind, so to speak, or those who live their lives in the gray zone of legality. The thing is… the constitution has very few gray areas.
We should never forget the hateful treatment some people showed our brave Servicemen and women as they returned home from Vietnam in the 1970s. And, now, some people would malign the honorable name of the Confederate soldier and his ‘blood stained’ battle flag. Isn’t it about time we to speak-out for our American Veterans, living and dead, and to proclaim that disrespecting some Veterans is dishonoring all Veterans?
When it first began it seemed nothing more than a trifling matter, which was destined to be quashed in a few days never to be heard of again. Now, however, it has taken on a life of it’s own and is growing, it seems, exponentially each day. The question of whether, or not, Mr. Obama is eligible to be President of the US is snowballing into what could become another constitutional crisis for the US.
As Adolf Hitler rose to power in 1933, he began weeding out the weak, the sick, homosexuals, the physically handicapped, and the mentally ill. Hitler believed that he could speed along Darwin’s evolution theory by ridding German culture of people he claimed drained society and bred sickness. Hitler’s goal was a strong, pure German race–far superior to other cultures on the world. The first victims of Hitler’s wicked Darwinian beliefs were children with handicaps.
The question was, “Do you think the financial leaders of our country knew the speculative bubble would end in a crash? And, if so, do you think it was planned to happen?”
My answer was, “Yes, to both questions. I’m sure my answer is correct, though I can’t absolutely prove it. But I can, through personal experience and logic, explain why I’m so sure the financial crash was intentionally planned and executed.”
The political firestorm in California from the passage of Proposition 8 exposes the shocking truth of how liberals in our country are slowly making the United States Constitution irrelevant. There is a clear path they follow every time to force their beliefs, even after they have been ruled against. The political firestorm in California from the passage of Proposition 8 exposes the shocking truth of how liberals in our country are slowly making the United States Constitution irrelevant. There is a clear path they follow every time to force their beliefs, even after they have been ruled against.
Obama announces his starting line-up and the Russians announce they are going to upgrade their missiles.
Why, don’t they know everything has changed? Don’t they understand that when Obama speaks the winds still and the seas calm and there is peace everywhere? Don’t they get it?
In my final semester of college, I sat in a business rhetoric communications class in Craig Hall. Ms. Dudash had just moved here from Pennsylvania, and had already become active in the Greene County Democrats. She would give us extra credit for participating in the election, and she never held it against me that I always brought back proof that I worked in the Republican headquarters. Dudash was a Democrat I liked.
The November 24 cover of Time magazine pictured President-elect Barack Obama as the reincarnation of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. It is an image of strength and hope. An image of a future filled with enthusiasm, intelligence and leadership.
To many it seems as though the mainstream media’s adulation of the incoming President might be overboard causing a Washington Post media reporter to write on November 17 that “we seem to have crossed a cultural line into mythmaking.”
The Clintons are like a bad rash that no medicine you swallow, or ointment you rub on it, can make go away. The Clintons have that sort of staying power. Completely oblivious to the depth of low estate in which so much of the public holds them, they hang on to power. Like an addict lusting after the next fix they seem to be willing to go to any lengths to maintain a place for themselves near the center of power. Like old, tired, comic book characters they plod through the pages of our history long after their embarrassing antics have lost their power to amuse.