Thursday, March 13, 2014

Almost There...

***I'll really be glad to see Friday afternoon. This has been the busiest, most stressful week I've had in a while. I've been sitting with my hands in a heating pad in the evening because they ache.

***This is just completely unbelievable to me. How can anyone, ANYONE, be in favor of Hillary Clinton for president. Does no one care that she doesn't have a single accomplishment to her name? Does no one care about the four dead Americans she abandoned in Benghazi? If this is indicative of our country, and I hope to God it's not, we are doomed.

Poll: Hillary Clinton trounces GOP in Iowa.

Ask one of her supporters why they are for her, and they can't give you a solid answer. Doesn't matter though. What's good for the country is of no consequence to fools who will not look past the letter behind the name.

***And...he's at it again. Obama grants another Obamacare reprieve - not because he actually cares about whether people have insurance or not, but because he cares about how much this monstrosity of a law is going to hurt the Democrats in November. This is another thing that flabbergasts me - how his followers can just wave stuff like this away.

***I have a question for all you liberals - the Democrats have had majority power in Washington since 2006. Can you name one thing that's better in America as a result of liberal policies?

***Oh, so true...


***The worst "healthy" snacks for weight loss.

***Celebrities who haven't aged well.
                                  
                                             Keith Richards

                                             Ellen Barkin

                                              Mark Hamill

                                             Joan Van Ark


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***You cannot get to the top by sitting on your bottom. ~~ Unknown

***Have a great day!
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The individual is Robert M. Hensel. You see, Robert was born spina bifida; a disability that affects your sense of balance and also has an impact on your kidneys. Robert could have easily used his disability to limit his achievements, yet he has accomplished more than many. His attitude and outlook on life is one that, for me, is inspiring! To quote Robert, "I have learned that limitations open doors that have been closed, showing other ways to meet our needs."

Let Robert be a reminder for changing attitudes. Use his motto of not focusing on what you can't do, but, focus on what you can do!
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