Shots Fired! Last night I had plans of doing an article this morning about the event in Minnesota. I had … Continue reading Shots Fired
The way of the gun is as American as mom’s apple pie. I read with interest the article by Bill … Continue reading The Way of the Gun
I love servicemen, and women. People who charge into the breech, protecting us while we sleep without a second thought. Those who keep the watch. War is always an unpopular decision, and as it drags on it becomes more unpopular, but the soldiers who wage it are but the instruments of political will, not the directors. The way it’s supposed to work is some foreign nation attacks America, and our armed forces repel that action. The president, and congress are supposed to reflect the will of the people. Sadly, of late, such is not the case.
I remember so vividly, during the Vietnam war, the ire against it turned on our returning troops. Part of the North Vietnamese strategy was to sow discontent among the American people, a plan that some in position fell into step. People such as Jane Fonda, Donald Sutherland, and yes, John Kerry, all marching to the Vietnamese drum. The political winds that were blowing had indeed driven us into a war with no purpose. History has proven that the little Asian nation made absolutely no difference at all to the world stage. Eventually, they got a unified country, and we got a wall!
The soldiers came home, the war was over, but there were no parades, no flags, no “VE” day, just broken men and women, trying to forget. Politics did that to them, not the war. When you go far from home to fight you simply have to have the reason to do so. With the horror of war you must know, in your heart, that there is a reason for it. You have the right to expect that upon coming home, the memories will be silenced by the applause if the people at the airport. You do not expect to be spit upon. You do not expect the ghosts to still be there forty years later.
America has made an entire industry of protecting the “freedom” of other nations. Again, politics plays the role, not the will of the people. Politicians invent, and arm entities such as Al Qaeda, and then stand back in snake amazement when the mad dog they fed bites us! And their reasoning? Russia might take over the world! History has shown that Russia did good just taking over Russia! Their weak hold went away like cotton candy when they tried to match America dollar for Ruble in the “cold” war. When the twin towers went down we rushed to seek the perpetrators. It wasn’t hard to figure out. In effect, we had bought the plane tickets. The politicians, and their lapdogs in the CIA had unleashed that terror, and the very word, “terror” became a catch phrase in order to get the American people to sell their freedom, shred the constitution, and allow our soldiers to charge off after one crazy old man on a walking stick because, yet again, someone might take over the world!
Do you want to know what the Trump phenomenon really is? I’ll tell you. It is the outrage of the American people at the political wasteland they’ve had to endure for the last fifty years. It’s the arrogance of people like Hillary Clinton, who point at a successful American businessman, and claim he isn’t savvy enough to direct the ship of state because that ship has been floundering so long that only the most consummate liar can even hope to guide it. The very idea that the government of the people is far beyond the people’s understanding, and our only hope is this ruling class, this Illuminati, this new royalty. That’s the reason Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States! The American people are taking over the White House, and if we ever have a just war in the future there will be applause at the airport. I love servicemen, and women. Continue reading “I Love Servicemen and Women”
When I woke up this morning And Stared out the window I could not believe what I had … Continue reading Hot Check to Jesus
We were entertained today, yet again, by the “Religion of Peace.” With thirty dead, and more than two hundred injured, … Continue reading The Farm Boy, The Angel, and the Religion of Peace
http://www.teapartytribune.com/2016/01/24/that-was-the-week-that-was/That Was The Week That Was From reflections to events, but that’s the way my week usually goes. Unlike other … Continue reading That Was The Week That Was
The CEO of Apple said this weekend that he was against the government slicing through encryption and observing private files … Continue reading Get Obama a Green Card
Ali-Baba and the Boys I am amazed at how stupid the government is when it comes to terrorists. Now, there’s … Continue reading Ali-Baba and the Boys
Sometimes I think Obama’s either criminally insane, or the stupidest man on the planet. While the good people of San … Continue reading Pied Piper of Kenya
In J. D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye, you should all remember the image of the main character in a … Continue reading Catcher in the Rye