Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Speedy Quick!

***Got more to do today than I have time for, so this'll be a quickie!

***More lopsided Trayvon Martin coverage.  More: Where are the civility police? As a result of the inappropriate and race-baiting actions of Spike Lee, the New Black Panthers, and the morons Jackson and Sharpton, this elderly couple is now living in fear. Too bad we don't have a leader in the White House who would at least denounce these poverty pimps.

And this: Zimmerman's story is "consistent with evidence," according to police. It doesn't matter. The Left saw a chance to exploit this boy's death, and they're not gonna give that up easily.

***Rush has a good point: We're more upset about the bounties in the NFL than the bounty on George Zimmerman.

***Speaking of exploitation:

***Pro-life film "October Baby," rejected by major studios, is a box office hit.

“The Hunger Games” wasn’t the only film to hit box office paydirt this past weekend. Although it only opened in 390 theaters, the anti-abortion drama “October Baby,” starring John Schneider,earned the second-highest-per-screen average, bringing in almost $2 million in ticket sales.



Everyone Needs Someone

People need people and friends need friends
And we all need love for a full life depends
Not on vast riches or great acclaim,
Not on success or on worldy fame,
But just in knowing that someone cares
And holds us close in their thoughts and prayers-
For only the knowledge that we're understood
Makes everyday living feel wonderfully good,
And we rob ourselves of life's greatest need
When we "lock up our hearts" and fail to heed
The outstretched hand reaching to find
A kindred spirit whose heart and mind
Are lonely and longing to somehow share
Our joys and sorrows and to make us aware
That life's completeness and richness depends
On the things we share with our loved ones
and friends.

by Helen Steiner Rice 
***"Whenever the government causes a crisis, Congress and the president of the United States will almost surely give even more power
and authority to the agency that is most responsible for the calamity." -- William L. Anderson

***Have a great day!

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