Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Reflection

***Well, I've been reading back over my blog and some of my Facebook posts. I admit I am fearful for our future. There is no doubt going to be further loss of liberty, and this Administration's complete lack of military experience and knowledge, and Obama's lack of integrity and guts is very troubling to me considering what's happening right now in the Middle East. I'm irritated, no wait, I'm angry at the hordes of people who voted for Obama; the ones who did it because they're uninformed and choose to stay that way, sure, but especially the ones who ARE informed and like what they see in him. Those are the dangerous ones. Though all of the above is true, I have become a bit ugly and cynical in my postings and that is really not me. I like being lighthearted and happy, but this frankly has been a completely awful month for me. I know I should have faith in America and believe that we can come back from this, but honestly, with this many people apparently unwilling to take responsibility for their lives and expecting the government (Read: Those of us who ARE responsible) to take care of them, I have my doubts. We will see. I hope I'm wrong. I said all that to say this: I will try to be a bit more positive here.

***Israel should "Clean out the viper's nest." I'm in complete agreement.

Well dang, I can't get anything to copy and paste. Follow the link, please.

***Hello? Obama's Labor Board Pushes Manufacturing Jobs Overseas. Anybody remember the bellowing about Romney doing this?

***Journalistic bias. Like that's something new.

***No way...


During this time of Thanksgiving, it is altogether fitting and appropriate that we stop to give thanks for one of our most important and cherished freedoms in America: our freedom of the press. Without the vigorous and unflinching watchdogs of truth and justice, where would we be today?
This freedom is why after eight months of hiding from the confrontational reporters who follow him most closely, President Obama finally got smoked out of the West Wing and was shamed into appearing before the demanding press a week after he secured re-election.
And what vicious watchdogs they were!
One dame began her question by thanking President Obama for blessing her with the opportunity to humbly ask him a question.
“Thank you, Mr. President. And congratulations, by the way,” she cooed.
Turns out, Mr. Obama told us, he and this reporteress “go back a ways.” Back to his days in Illinois when he was just organizing people on the street, hammering out his mettle to become president.
She swooned at all the reminiscing.
“I’ve never seen you lose,” she said dreamily.


Read more: HURT: Whole gaggle ‘wasn’t looking’ during presidential election - Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/nov/20/hurt-whole-gaggle-wasnt-looking-during-presidentia/#ixzz2Croqg6WB
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***Hear the music. This is good, take the time to read it.

***Now Thank We All Our God

This classic, soaring hymn was written in the mid-1600s by a German minister named Martin Rinkart. His ministry began at a church in Eilenburg, just as the Thirty Year War began. The town soon became overpopulated and disease ridden with many taking refuge in the pastor’s house. A deadly plaque swept through the village, killing 8,000 people including Rinkart’s wife. At one point, the beleaguered minister was conducting 50 funerals per day.

Yet, in the midst of it all, Martin Rinkart wrote this hymn, originally designed to be used for grace before dinner. It was later put to music and was sung to celebrate the end of the war.

Follow the link for the video.

***


***Determination and perseverance move the world; thinking that others will do it for you is a sure way to fail. ~~  Marva Collins

***Have a great day!

During this time of Thanksgiving, it is altogether fitting and appropriate that we stop to give thanks for one of our most important and cherished freedoms in America: our freedom of the press. Without the vigorous and unflinching watchdogs of truth and justice, where would we be today?
This freedom is why after eight months of hiding from the confrontational reporters who follow him most closely, President Obama finally got smoked out of the West Wing and was shamed into appearing before the demanding press a week after he secured re-election.
And what vicious watchdogs they were!
One dame began her question by thanking President Obama for blessing her with the opportunity to humbly ask him a question.
“Thank you, Mr. President. And congratulations, by the way,” she cooed.
Turns out, Mr. Obama told us, he and this reporteress “go back a ways.” Back to his days in Illinois when he was just organizing people on the street, hammering out his mettle to become president.
She swooned at all the reminiscing.
“I’ve never seen you lose,” she said dreamily.


Read more: HURT: Whole gaggle ‘wasn’t looking’ during presidential election - Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/nov/20/hurt-whole-gaggle-wasnt-looking-during-presidentia/#ixzz2Croqg6WB
Follow us: @washtimes on Twitter
During this time of Thanksgiving, it is altogether fitting and appropriate that we stop to give thanks for one of our most important and cherished freedoms in America: our freedom of the press. Without the vigorous and unflinching watchdogs of truth and justice, where would we be today?
This freedom is why after eight months of hiding from the confrontational reporters who follow him most closely, President Obama finally got smoked out of the West Wing and was shamed into appearing before the demanding press a week after he secured re-election.
And what vicious watchdogs they were!
One dame began her question by thanking President Obama for blessing her with the opportunity to humbly ask him a question.
“Thank you, Mr. President. And congratulations, by the way,” she cooed.
Turns out, Mr. Obama told us, he and this reporteress “go back a ways.” Back to his days in Illinois when he was just organizing people on the street, hammering out his mettle to become president.
She swooned at all the reminiscing.
“I’ve never seen you lose,” she said dreamily.


Read more: HURT: Whole gaggle ‘wasn’t looking’ during presidential election - Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/nov/20/hurt-whole-gaggle-wasnt-looking-during-presidentia/#ixzz2Croqg6WB
Follow us: @washtimes on Twitter
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."

Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE
Republicans Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani say they're hoping for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, but offered little encouragement that anything could be achieved to bring a lasting end to the violence without more pressure on Iran.
In interviews with Fox News's Greta Van Susteren both called on the Obama administration to focus on the broader issue of Iran's support for Hamas and Islamic extremists in the region, and suggested it might be in Israel's long term interest to invade Gaza in an attempt to wipe out what Thompson called Hamas "viper's nest."
"It very well may be that it would be best for them not to reach a ceasefire," said Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee. "I hope we don't feel like that we should go in there and manufacture some kind of a ceasefire because none of the underlying problems are going to change."


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/hamas-vipers-ceasefire-gaza/2012/11/21/id/464997#ixzz2Crnd23rE

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