REMEMBERING BETTER DAYS...
...when our president made us proud.
"Politicians are the lowest form of life on earth. Liberal Democrats are the lowest form of politician." --General George S. Patton, Jr.
...when our president made us proud.
MEDIA ADVISORY, Mar. 24 /Christian Newswire/ -- Some of you may have seen the major news story of the private plane that crashed into a Montana cemetery, killing 7 children and 7 adults.
UPDATE: Lloyd did an excellent job getting the message out during his Fox interview. Bill Hemmer's set-up was very good as were his questions. We're proud of ya, Lloyd. I think we've got a Tea Party goin' on...!!
Thousands attended the Orlando Tea Party. A few pics below, plus Chris Muir's Day by Day Cartoon--Thanks for that, Chris. More links and pics here and here. Andrea Shea-King gave a great speech as well--check for Andrea's report here.
Rush Limbaugh turned Obama's teleprompter into an individual. The "teleprompter" is now its own person, instructing Obama on what to say. Without the "teleprompter" Obama is reduced to a stuttering mass of confused verbiage. The teleprompter riff by Limbaugh is some of his funniest stuff, ever.
This week's edition of SURFIN' SAFARI is now on the news stands. But between you and me, Obama's Teleprompter wouldn't approve of this column. Not for a minute. For example, I found this interesting video from a previous column:
And this from 1950: Do you remember the Burns and Allen Show? Here's one you'll enjoy. And it has the original commercials included as well. (I wasn't born yet but some of you were)
I read The Lottery in college, and it was one of my favorite short stories. Its author, Shirley Jackson, wrote it in 1948. And when The New Yorker published the story later that same year, Jackson received a firestorm of criticism, prompting this response from her:
When I first read it back in the 70s, the story had a "twilight zone" feel to it--shocking, to say the least. But nonetheless, just a fictional story that leaves the reader somewhat breathless when the final twist takes hold.
As I ponder the creeping influences into our society, The Lottery fails to shock me, anymore. Instead, it leaves me with a sick feeling in my gut. See what you think by either reading at the link above or watching the short 2 part video below:
***Reading at Pam Gellar's site, Atlas Shrugs, reminded me of The Lottery. If you're a reader of hers, then you'll understand why.
Chicago's Marathon Pundit is posting about the First Couple of Domestic Terrorism, Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn. It seems that a 39-year-old murder in San Francisco is coming back to haunt the killers from Hyde Park, Illinois. From the SF Chronicle:
If you ever find yourself in need of a fast ride to the hospital, this little number always gets the job done, especially with Pitchpull lookin' after you. Read about one of his typical days at work. And a not so typical day. (warning)
Students at the University of Hawaii aren't going to wait around to see Obama's birth certificate. Nope. They're moving forward with a film about Obama's birth: Born in Hawaii:
These University of Hawaii students will use a cast of local people for the story that takes place at Kapiolani Medical Center, the place where it is conjectured Obama was born. The story will relate how nurses and staff would feel if they knew that the child born there was going to grow up to be President of the United States. It focuses on one nurse in particular passed over for promotion and the baby that is born, with the impact that the event eventually had. The students are advertising for a cast and crew to sign up for this film.
Well, this film should end the birth certificate issue once and for all. Next case.
Other Obama related news that you won't see in the MSM: Did you know that Obama's wikipedia site has a team of volunteers monitoring all added content? Just go over there and add something to it and find out what happens next.
Where's Jack Lord when you need him?
A tribute posted by Sippican Cottage:
The British Consulate in Orlando has thanked Andrea Shea-King for her apology to Prime Minister Brown and his family for the shabby treatment they received from Barack and Michelle Obama.
Via Michelle Malkin. The DNC wants to "talk back" to Rush Limbaugh, so they're proposing you add your message to Rush on this billboard. The DNC will then pick the best one and have the billboard displayed near Rush's home in Florida. Also, you'll win a new t-shirt.
According to an article posted at Politico, Rush Limbaugh is on a White House enemies list. Yes, the same kind of list Richard Nixon used in his administration. Apparently, the White House is targeting Limbaugh in order to use him as a tool to divide republicans, thus further weakening the party. Plans have been in the making to sideline Rush as an influence within republican circles since late last year, and when Rush said he hoped Obama's policies fail, the plan went into action. Recent comments by Michael Steele also helped the dems drive their point home that Rush Limbaugh is now the head of the republican party.
Even though he's under constant death threats and surrounded by tight security, Andrea Shea-King was able to get a photo with the man all Americans should be supporting. Thanks to Pam Gellar and others, Geert Wilders was able to stop by the CPAC hotel to give a short speech to his supporters. This was not a CPAC sponsored event, but it should have been. If you don't know who Wilders is, look him up because he's probably the bravest man in the world, and he's fighting for everything Americans stand for. Pam Gellar of Atlas Shrugs has video of Wilders' speech. At the beginning of the video, look for Andrea!