There is no way you can look at his actions since becoming president and come to the conclusion that he wants what is best for this country. Everything he has done, every executive order, every eclair-spined foreign policy speech screams his disdain for America. The fact that he went to a fundraiser the day after 4 Americans were slaughtered in Benghazi and hit the golf course after his comments on the beheading of an American by terrorists should be enough for Americans to rise up and stage a coup to run him out of office. But...Benghazi happened in September, he was re-elected in October. There has been little coverage on the major networks of his stunningly cold actions, or non-actions, when it comes to American soldiers dying or American citizens suffering due to his actions. No, it's always someone else's fault. When I see someone still daring to defend him, it makes me sick to my stomach that there is such an abundance of ignorance in some pockets of America. I truly do fear for our future.
***Well, on a lighter note - we had an absolutely wonderful time last night at my sister-in-law's retirement dinner. Went to the Gennett Mansion for dinner. I've never had a 5 course dinner, served one course at a time. The mansion is beautiful and the dinner was great! I highly recommend it.
Earlier in the day we had our Gabbard (mom's side) family reunion at my sister's house. Got a little soggy, but we still had a great time! Talk about a busy Saturday. Today and tomorrow will be working days.
***Ted Cruz: "Bomb ISIS back to the Stone Age." Definitely agree. Unfortunately, liberals will be calling HIM a barbarian, not the guys who behead people because they disagree with their politics. Rush is right, ISIS is not about religion. It is a political ideology hiding behind the vestiges of religion.
***Well, something good is coming from the implementation of Common Core: Common Core anger triggers home schooling surge in North Carolina.
Unfortunately, it's only a matter of time before they find a way to outlaw home schooling. Because, of course, the feds can't allow something to continue that actually WORKS.
***Hypocrisy of Hollywood's violence profiteers. These people make me sick. I haven't watched ANY awards show for a long, long time. They're a bunch of plastic people who are unable to think and repeat the "right" things to keep them in tight with their rich, liberal peers.
Did you miss Tinseltown’s latest political correctness powwow? Preening celebrities showed their solidarity with Ferguson, Mo., at the MTV Video Music Awards show this week. Rapper Common led the convocation, preachifying about the positive impact of hip-hop music on society as a “powerful instrument of social change” and “truth.”
Cameras showed drug-addled gangsta rapper Snoop Dogg bowing his head and flashing a peace sign during a “moment of silence” for Ferguson. MTV President Stephen Friedman aired public service announcements plying social justice messages. “It’s a call to action to our audience that we have to confront our own bias head-on before we can truly create change,” Friedman pontificated.
Spare me the shizzle and hypocri-dizzle.
While these Hollywood do-gooders gnash their Zoom!-brightened teeth over violence in the black community, they turn their Restylane-filled cheeks from the bullet-riddled violence glamorized by their own industry.
Rap music glorifies rape, killing police, drugs, you name it, then calls itself a "powerful instrument of social change and truth?" Yeah, right.
***Any sufficiently advanced bureaucracy is indistinguishable from molasses. ~~ Unknown
***Have a great day!