Tuesday, January 19, 2010


jANUARY 19, 2010, 9:25 pm.

So. Today is the day we discover whether or not the people of Massachusetts have come to their senses and stopped the reign of the left-wingers in the senate.

Having flunked fortune telling in high school, I cannot predict whether the winner will be Scott Brown or Martha Coakley to fill the people's seat vacated by the death of Ted Kennedy.

If Massachusetts wants to continue to be thought of as left-wing, wild-eyed, mind-numbed liberals, then Coakley will be the winner.

On the other hand, if the people want to be seen as having awakened, as having learned from their own experience and as having decided that the America put in place by the founders (many of who hailed from right there)was set up right after all, then Scott Brown will win.

It is now out of our hands. But it is not out of our thoughts.

The United States' future hangs in the balance.

The future of our kids and grand kids hangs in the balance.

The future of this administration gone wild and wacko hangs in the balance.

Let us pray for a Brown victory.


Have you been watching the events in Haiti? (Who hasn't?)

How many fingers does it take to count the number of doctors and other relief workers rescuing people who are from countries represented by "The Religion of Peace?"

Keep your fingers to yourself, lest the members of "The Religion of Peace" cut them off.

I watched today as a wife, trapped since the quake, was rescued by a group of California firefighters...right in front of her husband. It was an emotional thing to watch and it brought tears of pride and relief to my eyes.

For all of our faults, political and otherwise, I tell you without fear of contradiction that the United States of America is the greatest, most compassionate, most wonderful country in existence today, that ever has been in existence or ever will be in existence, because of, and only because of, the principles of the Judaeo/Christian ethic laid down by our founders.

If you disagree with that, you need to stand up for your beliefs by going to live in one of those countries you think is better.

Maybe the Michael Moore praised Cuba, with its "much better health care system," where the recent cold snap took the lives of eight or more people WHILE THEY WERE IN THE COTTON-PICKIN' GOVERNMENT RUN, SOCIALISTIC, HOSPITAL, FOR GOODNESS SAKE!!!

Yeah...that's what we need here.

Just go on! Git!



Leticia said...

Praying since yesterday about the outcome in Massachussetts.

As for Haiti, I just cannot watch the news. It is hard to see what the people are doing and then they show pictures of children, etc.

I agree, the US has always been so compassionate and ready to assist other nations. I am still proud of being an American regardless of the current administration.

Joe said...

Leticia: The lady I saw rescued by the California firemen was praising the Lord as she was removed from the rubble...and smiling, no less!

We could learn a lesson or two from her.

shoprat said...

Hadn't thought about the number of Islamic doctors going to Haiti but that's an interesting point.

Tom said...

Or the number of Cuban doctors from that much lauded health care system of theirs...

Or the Venezuelans...

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Dan said...

Thanks Joe. Great Question. I hadn't thought of this, but I have now. Zero. We know its Zero, because if it were not, the AP would be reporting as if the muslim that was there was the only doctor there period.

When you're busy taking over the world by blowing it up one market place or airplane at a time, helping a few infidels out is probably the last thing on your mind. Besides, if they blew something up, no one would notice. Where's the terror in that?