Because Everybody Is Entitled To My Opinion

"O LORD, revive thy work in the midst of the years, . . . in wrath remember mercy" (Habakkuk 3:2).
"Wilt thou not revive us again: that thy people may rejoice in thee?" (Psalm 85:6)

Monday, September 22, 2008

No Wonder Obama Is So Messed Up

It makes a strange sort of sense...

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Thursday, September 11, 2008

9/11 Lest We Forget

It was seven years ago today that terrorists attacked us by flying planes into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and flight 93 which was thought to be headed for Washington D.C. but was stopped by the brave passengers.

Ann Coulter had a great article today pointing out that there has not been a subsequent 9/11 type attack since President Bush started the war on terror.  And that is an important point.  Many American civilians lost their lives seven years ago but not a single one since.  And for that I am very grateful and thankful.  Thankful for the American soldiers who paid the price to ensure no more of their countrymen would would die as a victim of a cowardly attack or as a hero trying to rescue those who needed help.  Again I say thank you although those words are hardly adequate.

I just want everyone who reads this to take a moment and reflect on what price was paid and the benefit we have reaped for seven years because of it.  Then I want you to think of the liberal moonbats who want to get into office who don't believe in the war on terror, who think we are wasting our time in  Iraq and who refuse to acknowledge the role President Bush and his administration has played in keeping America safe for these past seven years. Think about them and remember them in November.
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Sarah Palin as VP Increases Depends Sales Among Scatalogically Frightened Democrats

Well It was bound to happen. someone has started a Sarah Palin Facts site. Similar to the Chuck Norris Facts site, you find inspirational but little known facts about everybody's favorite VP candidate. I cannot take credit for this post's title, it was from the site. Here are some other facts...
  • Sarah Palin once carved a perfect likeness of the Mona Lisa in a block of ice using only her teeth.
  • Sarah Palin will pry your Klondike bar from your cold dead fingers.
  • Sarah Palin pick retroactively makes the theme of #DNC08 “Things To Do In Denver When You’re Dead”
  • Sarah Palin doesn’t need a gun to hunt. She has been known to throw a bullet through an adult bull elk.
  • Sarah Palin can divide by zero.
  • Sarah Palin was kicked off Survivor for killing a man and eating his entrails.
  • Sarah Palin’s finishing move in the VP debate will be pulling Biden’s still beating heart from his chest & taking a bite.
  • When Sarah Palin booked a flight to Europe, the French immediately surrendered.
  • Death once had a near-Sarah Palin experience
  • Sarah Palin’s enemies are automatically added to the Endangered Species List
  • Sarah Palin can roll a natural 20 on a d6 (gamers, you know it!)
  • The diamonds in Sarah Palin’s earrings were crushed with her very hands.
  • As head of Alaska’s Nat’l Guard, Sarah Palin taught troops in a training exercise to scare a grenade into not exploding.
  • Sarah Palin’s suit is made from 100% dead liberal skin.

And the last one is a favorite of none other than the man himself; Chuck Norris. Chuck writes in his column The 'Maverette':
Sarah is so tough that she inspired a new tongue-in-cheek Web site (, which parallels the "Chuck Norris Facts" folklore Web site ( It gives some mythical, yet complimentary "facts" about Sarah Palin's life, potential, character and career.

-- And my favorite: Sarah Palin is courageous and tough enough to shave Chuck Norris's beard -- and face off against his third fist disguised as a chin.

At last count, there are more than 3200 Little Known Facts in the random “Little Known Facts About Sarah Palin Generator.  No wonder liberals are shaking in their boots.
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Monday, September 08, 2008

The End is Here

The world will end on Wednesday. I'm maxing out my credit cards. After reading Meet Evans the Atom, who will end the world on Wednesday There is little time left for this world. Well not really. On Wednesday CERN will be using their LHC or Large Hadron Collider  to  slam sub atomic particles together at the near the speed of light. Dr. Lyn evans, also known as "Evans the Atom", seeks to unlock the mysteries of the universe.
The aim of the £4.4billion experiment is to recreate the conditions that existed a fraction of a second after the Big Bang – the birth of the universe – and provide vital clues to the building blocks of life.

It will track the spray of particles thrown out by collisions in a search for the elusive Higgs Boson, a theoretical entity that supposedly lends weight, or mass, to the elementary particles. So important is this mysterious substance that it has been called the ‘God Particle’.

God Particle indeed. £4.4 billion is a lot of money to try to prove the universe exploded out of nothing. But the religion of science and the Big Bang is not without it's prophets of doom. At least two scientist believe the experiment will destroy the earth from within. One of these prophets is Professor Otto Rossler. He says;
‘Nothing will happen for at least four years,’ he said. ‘Then someone will spot a light ray coming out of the Indian Ocean during the night and no one will be able to explain it.

‘A few weeks later, we will see a similar beam of particles coming out of the soil on the other side of the planet. Then we will know there is a little quasar inside the planet.’

Prof Rossler said that as the spinning-top-like quasar devoured the world from within, the two jets emanating from it would grow and catastrophes such as earthquakes and tsunamis would occur at the points they emerged from the Earth.
The other scientist is from Hawaii.
Meanwhile Dr Walter Wagner, an American scientist who has been warning about the dangers of particle accelerators for 20 years, is awaiting a ruling on a lawsuit he filed a fortnight ago in his home state of Hawaii.

He fears the experiments might unwittingly create something he calls a ‘strangelet’ that could result in a fusion reaction that might ultimately turn the Earth into a supernova, or an exploding star.

So wednesday sometime, the Earth dies screaming from quasars or strangelets. You choose. Personally I do not believe in the Big Bang. I believe "In the beginning God created..." I believe this experiment might yeild some useful information on how matter and energy interacts and could open up some new areas of research. If it succeeds. Even Evans is afraid that the whole thing might breakdown at some critical moment. What wont happen is the end of the world or conclusive evidence that the universe "banged" into existence. I'm sure they will find lots of data that has to be studied before they can prove or disprove their theories. After all 9 billion dollars is a lot of money to spend and then say "Oh I guess we were wrong".

But the whole thing has produced an intersting Rap Video.

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Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Opium Brides of Afghanistan

Here is an old story. I actually found it in June before my blogging hiatus. Opium Brides of Afghanistan tells about the hard times that have befallen poppy growers in Afghanistan. Since the government/military crackdown on drug trafficking, these poor souls have had to sell their daughters to pay their debts to drug lords! As appalling as that fact is in and of itself, what I found more disturbing was the tone of the article which was way too dismissive of the practice and almost tries to justify farmers growing poppies as a way of life. Must be the liberal drug culture pushing it's agenda. I mean I personally believe that growing poppies for drugs is despicable. And having to sell your daughter because some drug lord fronted you the money for your cash crop and the government came and burned your plants; well that is beyond disgusting.

The reporter tries to garner sympathy for the father but a man who would sell his daughter is no father. People who default to drug traffickers often wind up dead. And yet that has not stemmed the tide of farmers after the easy money, little though it is.
An estimated 500,000 Afghan families support themselves by raising poppies, according to the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime. Last year those growers received an estimated $1 billion for their crops—about $2,000 per household.
The man in the article is selling his 9 year old daughter to a 45 year old man because he owed $2000. Oh he tried to flee but was caught and forced by tribal elders to give his little girl away.

The article goes on to say that promoting the farming of other goods has failed.
Wheat or corn brings $250 an acre at best, while poppy growers can expect 10 times that much. Besides, poppies are more dependable: hardier than either wheat or corn and more tolerant of drought and extreme heat and cold. And in a country with practically no government-funded credit for small farmers, opium growers can easily get advances on their crops.
So what we have here is a situation where a man trying to make $2000 growing poppies has his crops destroyed and is forced to turn over his 9 year old baby girl to some lecherous 45 year old drug lord and it is all legitimized by Islamic law. My sympathy lies only with the little girl who will have her life destroyed because her father didn't think raising wheat would support his ten kids but facilitating the making of opium and heroin to ruin other lives would.
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Tuesday, September 02, 2008

The Nose On Your Face

If you haven't been over there lately, Check out The Nose On Your Face.  They have some great Obama related videos. Plus they have the Top 9 Little Known Facts About The 2008 Democratic National Convention 
A sample of what you will find;
6. Representatives from 50 of the 57 United States were in attendance.

4. Estimates indicate that the 20,000+ protesters and activists who spent the entire week at the Democratic National Convention combined for a total of three missed days of work, costing the American economy a staggering $6.55 an hour.

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