Wild Kingdom Obamanation

Wild kingdom documents the predator with his prey. Oftentimes narrated bilaterally the projected thoughts as the hunt begins. The lion lying low waiting to seize the precise moment to spring on the wildebeest. The slow motion camera capturing the split-second action of the iguana’s long sticky tongue as it snatches a preying mantis off a limb. The long sleek body of the python cannot conceal the obvious bulge as the swallowed rabbit slides slowly through its digestive system. Viewing these moments is both fascinating and startling.
Even more startling is watching human predators in action. Like the lion hunkering low until it’s presence has alarmed the masses, then quickly springing on the vulnerable and defenseless. The aged and the sick of our country have been targeted as the next dispensable group, following the first group, the unborn.

How long until that group has been devoured and the predator’s insatiable appetite for blood drives him to step up the hunt and bring down the average runner, and finally the fastest of the masses? The muscles are poised, the claws outstretched and those powerful jaws will not be denied. The long sticky tongue is faster than lightning, and none can deny the enormous swell in the midst of that snake.

Predators have been known to adapt to a different diet in times of necessity, and in dire circumstances resort to cannibalism. They must turn on each other because they have eliminated the rest. What an abomination, and humans should know better.

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Rights, Responsibilities and Respect The Three R’s of Societal Life

When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.   Excerpt from the Declaration of Independence


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Where He Sits

Without a great fanfare the child has been born, and from their long journey his parents are worn. The shepherds, the magi and wise men bring gifts to the trough where He sits.

A twelve-year-old boy getting lost in the streets,  strikes fear in his mother who frantically seeks. Reading from Isaiah the voice there is his, the temple’s where He sits.

Being baptized by John he went out to fast. When Satan had tempted right down to his last, then the angels bring food and water to him in the wild where He sits.

He teaches and preaches and raises the dead, and tells a parapaleic to take up his bed. He speaks to the demons and tells them to get, there’s power where He sits.

On the cross he died for all sins yours and mine, He cried “It is finished”  it is for all time. Though many have searched for his body in pits, come and see where He sits.

On Christmas morning celebrating his birth, we rush to the tree or we sit by the hearth. With glee in our hearts we start opening gifts,  the corner’s where He sits.

Neglected by most on his own special day, creator of all, even this by the way, He is the Lord of lords, and the King of kings, on the throne’s where He sits.

Rejected, neglected and been pushed aside, still He watches us all with love in His eyes. Saying “come to me, I’ll erase all your sins.” In mercy’s where He sits.

The choice is so simple any child will agree, choose heaven or hell to spend eternity. Give Him your heart and accept His great gift, then He’ll smile where He sits.

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Solid Investment

Consulting an investment broker is common practice, and may be second nature to some people. Even among those less affluent stocks, bonds, and IRA accounts are understood at a base level at least. When we talk about securing the future for our children we think of college funds or inheritance. We want to provide more for our children than we had. The American dollar is a monetary system backed by gold, at least in theory. Without gold to back the face value of a dollar bill it is reduced to the value of a printed piece of high quality paper. Inflation is the result of printing more dollars with no gold to back them, hence bringing the value of it down. Our government has been printing dollars without the gold to back it for years. Many people have seen the need to invest more carefully. The idea of saving in more solid ways such as gold or silver is not new and is sound advice against a shifting economy.
Think about how dependant society is on electricity, or public water supply, or even the local supermarket. If just one of these dependencies were not available what would be the result? What if they were all suddenly not available? How would that affect our children’s future? Those who are more affluent may be able to survive a short time by paying double or even triple cost for some needed items. This of course is not sustainable. The key is to be prepared, as the saying goes “plan for the worst, and hope for the best.” There are many ways to put away for the future in tangible ways. Some of those ways don’t cost a penny.
Learning how to be self-sufficient costs nothing, and will prove invaluable in an emergency. The weather is more unpredictable than the economy and has caught many off guard and unprepared to survive without outside help. Often that help is needed for a very long time. What if, when a hurricane hit, people could recover within days because solar power generators began to run, and a clean water system was in place already? Cans of food or bottled water could be pulled out of storage, and the cleanup could begin with little or no hesitation.
There are many ways to be prepared for the short-term or for the long haul. We must at least know how to be self-sufficient, even if we never have to use those skills. There may be neighbors who will need a hero some day, if not you then which of your neighbors will you look to?
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U.S. Government Acquires New Vehicle

While the exact timing of this aquisition is unclear, it is obvious that a new vehicle has in fact been utilized. It was a necessity since the crash and burn of the omnibus to find another way to move the agenda forward. Whether it has been in storage awaiting use or has recently been acquired, the steamroller is now on the move.

On board is the START treaty headed for approval over the objections of some republican senators. The treaty with the Russians about restricting the development of offensive nuclear missiles has raised some questions regarding the language in regard to delegation of defensive missiles. The treaty, which expired in December of 2009, will allow inspections and data exchanges regarding those missiles to resume between the two nations.

A handful of republicans oppose the treaty because of questionable language in the preamble about limiting our ability to increase defensive missiles. Proponents argue that the preamble is not binding, yet the Russians have made it clear that if even one word is changed they will reject it. Time is definitely a factor in order to resume communications and inspections, but I can’t help but wonder, if it has been on the shelf for nearly a year, why it can’t wait a few more weeks? It is prudent to review thoroughly a treaty which would limit our ability to defend our country militarily for a period of 10 years.

Prudence has apparently left the building, while liberal agenda has boarded the new vehicle steamroller. Like a joyriding teenager yelling woohoo as they speed off into the sunset.

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President Obama Driving Under The Influence!!

Many are saying that president Obama has driven the country into the ditch, and some go so far as to say that he has not only driven into the ditch, but has hit the guard rail and mailbox before crashing into a building. Sounds to me like a sobriety test is in order. Not a breath test for alcohol, nor a blood test for drugs. He is apparently under the influence of a far more dangerous form of impaired judgment.

State Capitalism is the cutsie name used by those who support it, kind of like “mommy’s little helper” is a cutsie name for Valium. It is capitalism so twisted out of shape that it’s unrecognizable. Truly it is no longer the American Dream where working hard results in prosperity on an individual level because it has become the United States Government Dream, where that same hard work yields to the prosperity of the government. That hard-earned capital is then used to reward irresponsibility and laziness. I wonder who will be left to do the hard work once the reward becomes too much of a temptation to pass up?

It is preposterous that such a plan is deemed plausible unless judgment has been impaired. Denial of the fact that this has been tried and has failed elsewhere, is another symptom of being under the influence. It’s December, the month that Mr. Obama has proclaimed National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, according to an article written by Heather Sutton at knoxnews.com what a coincidence!

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Anthony Weiner Shows What He’s Made Of On Huckabee Show

It really takes courage for a democrat to appear on Fox News channel at this point in history, so I give Rep. Anthony Weiner D-N.Y. credit for that. His appearance on Huckabee however may have been a mistake since he succeeded only to reinforce the republican’s objection to having health care forced on American citizens. When Mike Huckabee asked him why democrats thought it would work for the country if it clearly has not worked in Massachusetts or Tennessee Mr. Weiner responded by assuming that this was a “plug for Mitt Romney.” Mr. Huckabee responded that he intended no such plug, but that the aforementioned states had tried this very method of implementing mandates on health insurance and had failed. Huckabee asked again why, if it has failed before, would it work now. Weiner’s response was very telling, he said because the individual states “…don’t have enough power.” He quickly rephrased the comment and said “…enough population to back it.” He became visibly agitated and began to rant incessantly while Mr. Huckabee waited patiently for him to finish. It became obvious that the rant was intended to agitate, and Mr. Huckabee interjected several times, apparently to get Representative Weiner off his soap box. Eventually Weiner had to be cut off mid-rant since he was beside himself trying to cram his opinion down the throat of anyone listening.

I sincerely hope that our elected officials understand that getting your point across is only half of a debate. LISTENING is the other half and perhaps if more listening were being done there would also be more progress toward solutions. Listen first to the voice of the people, those who elected you, then to each other. Finding solutions requires an understanding of the problems as well as the obstacles.

Well done Mr. Huckabee for keeping cool in the midst of chaos, and shame on you Mr. Weiner for so passionately getting swept into a tizzy simply to get your own way.

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