Sunday, November 30, 2008

Thanksgiving Aftermath

So all the turkeys have been somewhat devoured, now it is time for leftovers (I love turkey sandwiches), and back to work on Monday.

So much to be thankfull for this year, my boys have good jobs and beautiful and happy families, my mother is well and happy with Tom who gives her love and companionship, Obamas not in office yet (althought you wouldn't know it to listen to the press).

Now I need to get back to work and burn some calories so I don't look like this! Does anyone else feel like this after Thanksgiving dinner?

Thursday, November 27, 2008

The Real Story of Thanksgiving

Due to the number or outrageously rediculous and false storys of Thanksgiving that are going around, I thought it appropriate to link to the best rendition of the historical and true story of Thanksgiving. Enjoy and share it with your family.

Just click on the title of this entry to go to link.

Happy Thanksgiving


Thursday, November 20, 2008

Moving on

OK so I haven't posted since the election and I want to let everyone who may have seen my blog to know that I haven't put a bullet in my brain pan.

Disappointed? Yes, but not to the point of desperation. I'm apprehensive as to what to expect but I'm trying to be optimistic. I have to believe that this is all part of God's plan and he knows better than we do what has to happen for His purposes to be completed.

I hope that what is happening to our economy and the ridiculous plans of more government programs and higher taxes to solve it will wake up the voting populis to maybe pay attention to what is happening in the world and our once free society. Take the ear buds out and read a book or two about our founding fathers and their vision for America.

Sorry, couldn't help myself.

At any rate lets encourage all who believe in the greatness of the Constitution and our Representative Republic to make their voices know to the incoming administration. As one who has raised a family during the repressive years of the Carter administration, I don't believe that this fragile economy will withstand another season of this type of repressing taxation.

Till my blood pressure goes down.


Sunday, November 2, 2008

Are We Doomed?

Watching the talking heads the Sunday before the election and I still cannot believe what I am hearing. How can we flush 232 years of freedom down the toilet for a knee jerk emotional vote that appears to be happening.

Reports of our Military personnel's votes not counting because some state laws make it down right impossible for them to meet their requirements, and yet they will bus school age kids, homeless people who don't even know who is running, and college kids who have been propagandized to by their Marxist professors. ACORN registering everything living and dead multiple times and taking our federal tax money to promote Obama.

The injustices and lies and stupidity is very disheartening.

The only hope, real hope that is not the Obama "hope I get the power to enslave" kind of hope, is that every thinking patriot gets off his butt and votes.

If what the Dem's proclaim to be the right direction is a vote for them across the board, why do they have to cheat the system in order to get their man in. If Obama is the next great leader of our country let the system work legally and let right and justice win out. I'm afraid it is too late to hope this will happen.

You don't believe that the followers of Barrack are voting on emotion? Listen to the interviews of people who come out of his rallies, the lady who said "thank God now I won't have to worry about paying my mortgage and putting gas in my car because Barrack is going to help me.", how about Chris Matthews talking about dribbling down his leg when he hear Obama speak! How about the leader of ACORN screaming in her little squeaky voice "we are going to help elect Barrack Obama". I find this all disgusting and disturbing.

Where is the common sense American? I hope to God he is on his way to the polls on Tues.