Month: June 2012
I call that a miracle. It captures the American spirit like nothing I’ve heard of in a while. If Tom can resurrect his animation career like he did, we conservatives can certainly lift ourselves from the disappointing morass of Thursday’s Supreme Court decision and take back the White House (and Senate) in November. Do me a favor and think about Tom’s story as we go forward. Yes, sometimes changing from right to left can be a beautiful thing.
Barak Obama is not a King, but his behavior is that of a tyrant. Our American primogenitors, during the torrid summer of 1776, understood the stakes of their gamble with the lives and liberty of the Colonists.
So, folks, go time to roll up our sleeves and start campaigning. Call your Senators, send them emails and tweets, and post messages on their Facebook pages. Be firm, yet polite. Convince them to vote against the LOST. Here’s a list of Senators who do not yet oppose the treaty
A hack named Jim Spehar, who comments in vile parodies of reality which he calls editorials, is another millstone around the neck of journalistic ethics at the Sentinel.
The special interest groups (again, including ATR) who insisted, and continue to insist, that their sacred cows (tax loopholes in ATR’s and similar groups’ case, entitlements in liberal groups’ case) be off the table during any deficit reduction discussions, even though these are the real drivers of America’s deficits and debt and any proposal that doesn’t address them is not serious.
According to the primate with the pendulous nose, there is nothing special or exceptional about America’s history, purpose, or its revolutionary gift of liberty to the Western world
What can I do to stop sequestration from happening?
Contact your Congressman and Senators and tell them that you want Washington to fulfill its duty to protect the country and to stop sequestration. Tell them that if they fail, you will never vote for them again and will tell all your friends to vote likewise. If enough citizens speak up, they will listen.
Liberty defines man as man. The full ownership of his life and responsible exercise of his liberties are the only conditions under which man can be fully human; being exposed to the elements and challenges of the world without the impositions of outside government, and without its shelters.
But this would still mean that the F-35A will have a far longer combat radius than the B and C models as well as most of the short-range strike aircraft operated by the US military, the sole exceptions being F-111s, A-6s, and A-7s.