Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Winds of Change May Re-Write History and Transform Our Country

Thank you President Bush
for your service to this country. Thank you for keeping us safe from terrorists. Thank you for being the strongest president on Pro-Life. You saved many lives by your actions. Maybe someday others will thank you too. Esp. those who are alive today because you were there and willing to serve. I may not have liked everything you wanted to do but you didn't sell any of the rooms in the White House. I respect you for that. I know that you love this country and did what you thought was best to save it from those who would do us great harm. I just don't understand your world view. I don't understand why you want to bring in socialism. You had me worried different times but I think the American people were able to make you and the congress understand our point of view. America first, middle, and last. Nothing more, nothing less. Thank you for the way you visited our troops. I didn't care for your reaching across to Democrats. They just stabbed you in the back and left you there bleeding. Didn't your moma tell you not to play with bad boys? She seems like such a smart lady. Reminds me of the song, "Bad Boys, Bad Boys, What Ya Gonna Do, What Ya Gonna Do When They Come For You?" If your around bad boys, Democrats, it can wear off on you and you'll learn their ways.

I debated whether I wanted to watch BO's inauguration today. I watched for about ten minutes.
As he stood there before his inaugural address and waited for the people to be quiet I wondered what he was thinking. Was he feeling powerful? I heard the tone of voice he used as he spoke. Later I heard a part of this speech again while I waited for my mother in the hospital waiting room. She was getting an MRI on her hand. When he said, "They will not be met easily or in a short span of time. But know this, America-they will be met." When he said, "they will be met." His tone of voice was very angry and forceful. It sounded threatening. It gave me a shudder. He was threatening us. He was promising us that we would be the ones to pay.

When he said, "The time has come to...choose our better history." I wondered what the heck he means 'better history'? What is wrong with the one we have? Who goes around choosing their history? Those who re-write it, that's who. Those who don't like our country, that's who.

Part of his speech says he wants to remake America. What does he want to remake it into? He didn't say much about that.

"And we will transform our schools and colleges and universities to meet the demands of a new age. All this we can do. And all this we will do." What is this "new age"? "And all this we will do," he said in a very demanding and angry tone. He sounded threatening. Was he planning this transformation of our schools, colleges, and universities when he was meeting with William Aires?

"Oct 8, 2008 ... Brack Obama served on the board of the Annenberg Challenge in Chicago. It is a project dedicated to school reform. William Aires sat on the same board..."

What's the difference in transform and reform? No doubt very little.

I wondered if this is true? "...our security emanates from the justness of our cause." I don't see how justice is the security of our nation. If ones security emanated from the fact that they were just then what the blazes happened on 9/11. All of the people in the Twin Towers were not unjust. They felt secure going to their jobs that morning. And then they were burned alive with jet fuel. What about the just cause of the people of California who voted for proposition 8? They voted and they were just in doing so. They voted for a just and good cause, marriage between a man and a woman. They were not secure because of all the hate the gays and lesbians spat out at them. The gays and lesbians tried to close down their businesses. They called and threatened them on the telephone.

What about the football player O.J. Simpson? Where was the justice for Nicole Brown Simpson? She had a just cause. Staying alive. After her death there was just cause to find the killer. She is definitely not secure. Unless you consider secure being in a pine box six feet under.

Who are these old friends and former foes BO wants to work tirelessly with to lessen the nuclear threat? What has that to do with the warming of the planet? What does 'specter' mean? And who is our "former foe?"

"With old friends and former foes, we will work tirelessly to lessen the nuclear threat, and roll back the specter of a warming planet. "

"To the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect."

You've got to be kidding. I have no interest in common with the Muslims of this world. The only thing we have in common is that we eat, sleep, and ....! Respect? No way. I have zero respect for Muslims terrorists. ZERO. I can guarantee they have ZERO respect for me or any American. The only respect they have is ??????? Can't think of anything at all. Don't care either.

"To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history; but that we will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist."

When he said this the first thing that popped into my mind was the fist that the Black Panthers use as their symbol. How is he going to get the Black Panthers to unclench their fists? Here's a good example of the raised fist.

George Malik Abdul-Mahdi
"To the people of poor nations, we pledge to work alongside you to make you farms flourish and let clean waters flow; to nourish starved bodies and feed hungry minds. And to those nations like ours that enjoy relative plenty, we say we can no longer afford indifference to suffering outside our borders; nor can we consume the world's resources without regard to effect. For the world has changed, and we must change with it."

U.N. Panel Urges Changes to Feed Poor While Saving Environmnet

UN launches 'Operation Lifeline Gaza' to feed thousands of hungry

How the UN is feeding tyranny in Robert Mugabe's Zimbebwe

There you have it boys and girls, our wonderful president wants us to feed the entire world. Not only feed them but educate them, give them clean water, and give them flourishing farms. Notice he says that nations like ours who have plenty need to share that with the poor nations? If we don't send it there then he will probably open the borders to let anyone from anywhere of any ilk come here. How much does America pay for the United Nations?

For 2005, the 47 countries contributing at the minimum rate were assessed $14,360 each. The largest contributor - the United States - was assessed $ 362,852,996.

"What is required of us now is a new era of responsibility - a recognition on the part of every American, that we have duties to ourselves, our nation, and the world, duties that we do not grudgingly accept but rather seize gladly, firm in the knowledge that there is noting so satisfying to the spirit, so defining of our character, that giving our all to a difficult task."
"...this is the price and the promise of citizenship."

What duty do I have to the world? I already pay plenty to the United Nations to feed to hungry people. 10 January 2009 – The United Nations food agency announced an initiative to help ramp up food distribution to the growing number of hungry people in the Gaza Strip.

A Palestinian child eats home-made bread in the southern Gaza town of Rafah. Very few bakeries in the Strip still have flour to make bread.

What duty or difficult task is the price of citizenship? What difficult task or duty did BO do to become a citizen? Is he a citizen? Show me the papers that says he's a citizen. He can't because they don't exist.

"This is the source of our confidence- the knowledge that God calls on us to shape an uncertain destiny." That makes no sense. The source of My confidence is in God only. Not on any call of God. God does not call us to shape an uncertain destiny. The play book has already been written. There is nothing uncertain about what's in it. I may not understand everything that is in it but it will happen. I know because it has been 100% accurate so far.

"Let it be told to the future world...that in the depth of winter, when nothing but hope and virtue could survive...that the city and the country, alarmed at one common danger, came forth to meet [it]." That is a quote from Thomas Paine.

On December 4, 1776, Thomas Paine, the author of the sensational pamphlet Common Sense, published The Crisis, No. 1,
"... better have too much force than too little, when so great an object is at stake. Let it be told to the future world, that in the depth of winter, when nothing but hope and virtue could survive, that the city and the country, alarmed at one common danger, come forth to meet and to repulse it."

BO may quote Thomas Paine but I don't think he will be willing to use too much force. I have heard him say he wants to "talk" to our enemies. Hold hands and talk. How sweet. He had better hope he's not holding hands and talking with a suicide terrorist when they decide to pull the cord. Let the terrorist live in his neighborhood not mine. Let them go to his children's school not mine.

"These children were among hostages freed after special forces entered the school in Beslan, North Ossetia."
Read this story of "Winds Of Change."
"Killers Set Terms, a Mother Chooses" (Kim Murphy, Los Angeles Times, 2004/09/03)
Russian School Siege IV: "Zalina Dzandarova cradles her son Alan as he sleeps with his small face buried against her stomach. He is the child Dzandarova was able to save. The child she chose to save, really.
It is the other one, little Alana, her 6-year-old daughter, whose image torments her: Alana clutching her hand, Alana crying and calling after her. Alana's sobs disappearing into the distance as Dzandarova walked out of Middle School No. 1 here Thursday, clutching 2-year-old Alan in her arms.
Guerrillas armed with automatic rifles and explosive belts who are holding hundreds of hostages at the small provincial school in southern Russia allowed 26 women and children to leave. About a dozen mothers, like Dzandarova, were allowed to take only one child, forced to leave another behind. ...
"Alana was clinging to me and holding my hand firmly. But they separated us, and said: 'You go with the boy. Your sister can stay here with her.' I cried. I begged them. Alana cried. The women around us wept. One of the Chechens said: 'If you don't go now, you don't go at all. You stay here with your children … and we will shoot all of you.'"
She couldn't save both of them. She could only die with both of them — or save one of them and herself.
"I didn't have time to think what I was doing," she said. 'I pressed Alan even stronger to myself, and I went out, and I heard all the time how my daughter was crying and calling for me behind my back. I thought my heart would break into pieces there and then.'"

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