Friday, April 13, 2012

Can You Feel the Love?

***"Moderate" Democrat wishes for Dick Cheney's execution:

Rep. Chuck Kruger (D-Thomaston), the Democrat chair of the Maine legislature’s Moderate Caucus, used his Twitter account to express his view that former Vice President Dick Cheney should be executed. This comment has led some to question the validity of Kruger’s moderate credentials.
Kruger made the statement through his Twitter account this past summer, saying, “Cheney deserves same final end he gave Saddam. Hope there are cell cams,” a reference to technology that would allow Kruger to watch the proposed execution of the former Vice President of the United States.

Whenever you hear someone on the Left squawking about "civility," refer them to this, or any number of other hate-filled rants from liberals. What a miserable group of people. Oh, want to see filthy hypocrisy?

A tip alerted The Maine Wire to the extreme comment just days after Kruger led a meeting of the Moderate Caucus that featured a visit from Eliot Cutler, a former Democrat and failed candidate for Governor in the fall of 2010.
The keynote speaker, Cutler talked about finding middle ground to work from. “I think we’re going to see a shift that draws the two parties back to the middle,” Cutler said in a Bangor Daily News article. “I think we’re going to see the return to civility and to moderation,” Cutler said in another interview with public radio.

These people are despicable.

***I know this is becoming a common theme, but here it is again:

Joe Biden: Idiot.

***Wow: "Stillborn" baby found alive in morgue.

A baby found alive in a coffin in an Argentine morgue nearly 12 hours after the girl had been declared dead is improving, but questions remain for the hospital responsible for the near-fatal mistake.
The mother, Analia Bouter, says she fell to her knees in shock after finding her baby alive in a coffin.
Bouter named her newborn Luz Milagros, or "Miracle Light." The tiny girl, born three months premature, was in critical but improving condition Wednesday in the same hospital where the staff pronounced her stillborn on April 3.

What a travesty.

Age is a high price for maturity.
For every action, there is an equal and opposite government programme
Going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than going to a garage makes you a mechanic.
A balanced diet is a biscuit in each hand.
Middle age is when broadness of mind and narrowness of the waist change places.
Junk is something you've kept for years and throw away three weeks before you need it.
Experience is a wonderful thing. It enables you to recognise a mistake when you make it again.
This one is for my sister & I:
 My idea of housework is to sweep the room with a glance.

***                          Now, what was that you said about my mama?

***Fascinating: Five survivors of Doolittle Tokyo raid recall daring sortie.

Read this. Talk about real heroes.

***Hug a Coke vending machine and get a free soda? Well, that's different.

***The Old Guitar, by James Whitcomb Riley

Neglected now is the old guitar
And moldering into decay;
Fretted with many a rift and scar
That the dull dust hides away,
While the spider spins a silver star
In its silent lips to-day.

The keys hold only nerveless strings--
The sinews of brave old airs
Are pulseless now; and the scarf that clings
So closely here declares
A sad regret in its ravelings
And the faded hue it wears.

But the old guitar, with a lenient grace,
Has cherished a smile for me;
And its features hint of a fairer face
That comes with a memory
Of a flower-and-perfume-haunted place
And a moonlit balcony.

Music sweeter than words confess,
Or the minstrel's powers invent,
Thrilled here once at the light caress
Of the fairy hands that lent
This excuse for the kiss I press
On the dear old instrument.

The rose of pearl with the jeweled stem
Still blooms; and the tiny sets
In the circle all are here; the gem
In the keys, and the silver frets;
But the dainty fingers that danced o'er them--
Alas for the heart's regrets!--

Alas for the loosened strings to-day,
And the wounds of rift and scar
On a worn old heart, with its roundelay
Enthralled with a stronger bar
That Fate weaves on, through a dull decay
Like that of the old guitar!

***"The tyranny of a principal in an oligarchy is not so dangerous to
the public welfare as the apathy of a citizen in a democracy." --Montesquieu,
***Have a great day!

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