Take back America

Take back America
Take back America

None dare call it treason

None dare call it treason

Friday, May 22, 2009

Go Green - Oh say can you see----forever

One day soon, socialist liberals in America will change the dating system of how we keep time. The plan calls for beginning on Jan. 1, 2012 the date will read 2012 AC. Any date before 2012, like 2004 or 1978 will be 2004 BCE or 1978 BCE. What will cause this historical event? It will be the results of their 50 year effort to rid the world of cars. AC denotes 'After Cars'; BCE is 'Before Cars Eliminated'. Rising gas prices, no drilling, environmental rules, stupid laws and regulations have seceded in the elimination of the automobile. From now on citizens will walk and Government officials will fly to where ever they need to go. The National Anthem, "Oh say can you see----" wording will be change to reflect the new vision for America, an unlimited vision at that.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

End of the gas guzzlers

U. S. auto makers answer to Obama's mandate for a car that gets 40 miles per gallon.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Look out, seagull dead ahead

Real life is just not the same as in movies.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness

America as the Founding Fathers envision does not exist anymore. It's freedom and greatness has been buried in Socialism. The symbol of America searches again for the "Home of the Brave and the Land of the Free".

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Sick Cat

My cat wasn't feeling good so I took her to the vet. The first thing he did was give her a cat scan.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Failure Analysis

Why Congress doesn't work. No matter how many idiots you put in it, you get the same result.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Haters of God cannot stand the Truth

Judge Roy Moore
Are we ashamed?
Posted: May 13, 20091:00 am Eastern© 2009
The Apostle Paul knew well that his open profession of faith in Jesus Christ could cost him his life, yet with boldness he proudly proclaimed, "I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth" (Romans 1:16). Unfortunately, Barack Obama and his administration apparently do not share Paul's courage.
On April 6, while in Turkey, Obama stated at a press conference that "we [American citizens] do not consider ourselves a Christian nation." And Obama has acted in accordance with his views!
Recently, on May 7, our National Day of Prayer, Obama refused to conduct any formal observance of the day. Although he did comply with a statute that requires him to sign a proclamation of a national day of prayer, he discontinued the practice of George W. Bush of inviting Catholics, Protestants and Jews to join at a formal ceremony in Washington, D.C., in recognition of this special day.
Before delivering an address on the economy on April 14 at Georgetown, one of the nation's leading Catholic universities, the White House issued an order that all religious symbols on display where the speech was to be given should be covered. Even the crucifix depiction of our Lord Jesus Christ and the gold letters "IHS" above His head were hidden from view.
"Speechless: Silencing the Christians," by Don Wildmon, lays out determined strategy of coalition of liberal secularists, homosexual activists and Fortune 500 companies
Our forefathers were not ashamed of their Christian faith when they came to America in 1620 in search of religious liberty. Before setting foot on Plymouth Rock, they declared in the Mayflower Compact that they had undertaken their voyage "for ye glorie of God, and advancemente of ye Christian faith."
Nearly every school or university in America was founded on the Christian faith. Harvard was founded 16 years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock. According to Harvard's Rules and Precepts in 1642, every student was "plainly instructed, and earnestly pressed to consider well, the maine end of his life and studies is, to know God and Jesus Christ which is eternal life." Yale was founded in 1701 with the primary goal that "every student shall … know God in Jesus Christ." Princeton was founded by evangelical Presbyterians in 1746 to preserve and spread the fervor of the Great Awakening. The nation's first compulsory education law, adopted by Massachusetts in 1647, proclaimed that it was "one chief project of Satan to keep [children] from the knowledge of the scripture" and therefore required that parents ensure that their children learn to read and write. The most common texts in early American schools were the Bible and the Christian "New England Primer."
Unfortunately, many of the young people who attend public schools and universities in America today are being persecuted for their profession of faith in Christ. For example, Renee Griffith, 2008 co-valedictorian at Butte High School in Montana , planned to tell her fellow graduates that during her high school experience she had learned to be a person with a purpose from God with a passionate love for Him. Her co-valedictorian expressed confidence that "the power for change is inherent in humanity and each individual" and that "we all have the framework for greatness and impact." His humanistic faith was acceptable to the authorities, but just before the ceremony, officials ordered Renee to remove the words "Christ" and "God" from her speech and replace them with "sharing my faith" and "lived with a purpose, a purpose derived from my faith and based on a love of mankind." She refused, and she was therefore barred from speaking at her graduation. She sued, and her case is currently before the Montana 13th Judicial District Court.
In Colorado, high school valedictorian Erica Corder mentioned Jesus Christ in her graduation speech, and her principal then ordered her to sign an apology as a condition for receiving her diploma. She sued, and her case is currently before the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.
And in a Nevada high school, valedictorian Brittany McComb strayed from her script to say that Jesus had filled a void in her life, and as she said, "God's love is so great that he gave up – gave up his only Son …," her microphone was shut off in mid-sentence. The liberal 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals recently ruled that her free speech and equal protection rights were not violated, and she is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court.
It is encouraging that so many of our youth are not ashamed of the gospel of Christ. Like our forefathers, they know America is a Christian nation. Even the United States Supreme Court in the Church of the Holy Trinity case in 1892, recognized that a volume of unofficial declarations, "together with a mass of organic utterances," solemnly declare that "this is a Christian nation." It is a shame that our president and some of our other public officials do not share that view.
Like Paul, we must not be ashamed of the gospel of Christ and should recognize and appreciate our Christian heritage. Then, when our battles are over, we can proudly say, as did Paul, "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith!" (2 Timothy 4:7).

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Anne of Green Gables

The Anne of Green Gables trilogy is one of the best movies I have ever seen. It's a must see for the entire family if you haven't seen it. It is a three part series including in order 'Anne of Green Gables', 'Anne of Green Gables the Sequel' and 'Anne of Green Gables the continuing Story'. Megan Follows gives an excellent performance as Anne.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Ich liebe Sozialismus

History repeats itself, like Obama's plan for a civilian national security force. I guess they will be modeled like that other one back in history. You know, the Brown Shirts. Most went on to be in the SS.